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Diary of a new chum and other lost stories / Paul Wenz ; preface by Frank Moorhouse ; edited and translated by Maurice Blackman with translations by Patricia Brulant and Margaret Whitlam and notes by Jean-Paul Delamotte
Bib ID 354554
Format BookBook
Author
Wenz, Paul
 
Description North Ryde, N.S.W. : Angus & Robertson, 1990 
199 p. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 0207166730
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Diary of a new chum first published: Melbourne : Book Lovers' Library, 1908.

Includes bibliographies.

Other authors/contributors Delamotte, Jean Paul, 1931-  |  Blackman, Maurice  |  Brulant, Patricia  |  Whitlam, Margaret, 1919-2012

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