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Playing with girls, by Julian Prang / presented by Redmond Phillips ; drawings by Albert Tucker
Bib ID 736740
Format BookBook
Author
Phillips, Redmond
 
Printer (Melbourne : Truth and Sportsman)
Description Melbourne : Reed & Harris, 1945 
42 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
Summary

Julian Prang is a fictitious child invented by Redmond Phillips.

Notes

Dedicated to Peter Finch.

Subjects Australian wit and humor.
Other authors/contributors Tucker, Albert, 1914-1999
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