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Helen Garner and the meaning of everything / Alex Jones
Bib ID 3918341
Format BookBook
Author
Jones, Alexander Idrsyn
 
Description Glebe, N.S.W. : Puncher & Wattmann, 2006 
189 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9780975240557
0975240552
Summary

"An improvisation on a number of themes by Helen Garner, on one level this book is a study of literary semiotics and linguistic meaning. More importantly perhaps, it's a careful picture of what it was like to be in Sydney, and living the life of the mind, during the Big Brother season on 2005".--Back cover.

Subjects Domestic fiction -- Australia.
Available From PO Box 441, Glebe NSW 2037 

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