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The home girls / Olga Masters ; [introduced by Geordie Williamson]
Bib ID 6002671
Format BookBook
Author
Masters, Olga, 1919-1986
 
Description Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2012, ©1982 
xiv, 295 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9781922079466
Series

Text classics.

Notes

First published by University of Queensland Press 1982.

Also available online.

Awards National Book Council Award Winner 1983. 
Subjects Australian
Other authors/contributors Williamson, Geordie
Available From Level 10, 22 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000, website : books@textpublishing.com.au 

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