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My career goes bung / Miles Franklin
Bib ID 6004626
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Franklin, Miles, 1879-1954, author
 
Description Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 1946, 2012 
©1946 
234 pages ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9781743312421 ((paperback))
Notes

First published in Australia by Georgian House Pty Ltd in 1946.

My Career Goes Bung was written in 1900 but was not published until 1946, considered too audacious and perhaps too revealing of its creator's own persona for publication.

Subjects Young women -- Australia -- Fiction.  |  Country life -- Australia -- 19th century -- Fiction.  |  Australia -- Fiction.  |  Australian

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