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The lemon farm / Martin Boyd
Bib ID 1205273
Format BookBook
Author
Boyd, Martin, 1893-1972
 
Description Melbourne : Macmillan of Australia, 1973 [i.e. 1974] 
211 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0333139453
Notes

First published: London : Dent, 1935.

One of Library's copies has an inscription by Helen Read, the author's sister.

Subjects Novels in English. Australian writers, 1890-1945. Texts.
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245 1 4 |aThe lemon farm /|cMartin Boyd.
260 |aMelbourne :|bMacmillan of Australia,|c1973 [i.e. 1974].
300 |a211 p. ;|c23 cm.
500 |aFirst published: London : Dent, 1935.
650 7 |aNovels in English. Australian writers, 1890-1945. Texts.|2precis.
900 |aOne of Library's copies has an inscription by Helen Read, the author's sister.
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