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Lily Brett (born Lilijahne Brajtsztajn 5 September 1946, Feldafing displaced persons camp, Bavaria) is an Australian novelist, essayist and poet. She lived in North Carlton and then Elwood/Caulfield (suburbs of Melbourne) from 1948-1968, in London 1968-71, Melbourne (1971-1989) and then moved permanently to New York City. In Australia she had an early career as a pop music journalist, including writing for music magazine Go-Set from May 1966 to September 1968. From 1979 she started writing poems, prose fiction and non-fiction. As a daughter of Holocaust survivors, her works include depictions of family life including living in Melbourne and New York. Four of her fictional novels are Things Could Be Worse (1990), Just Like That (1994), Too Many Men (2001)
and You Gotta Have Balls (2005).

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by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Melbourne, Victoria : Hamish Hamilton an imprint of Penguin Books, 2014
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia, c2005
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
St Lucia, Queensland : University of Queensland Press, 2016 , ©1992
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Chippendale, N.S.W. : Macmillan Australia, 1994
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Carlton, Vic. : Meanjin : Melbourne University Press, 1990
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Frankfurt am Main: Insel, c2008
 
 
Uniform title: You gotta have balls
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
New York : Harper Perennial, 2007
 
 
Uniform title: You gotta have balls. German
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Frankfurt am Main : Suhrkamp, 2006
 
 
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Melbourne : Penguin Group (Australia), 2012 , © 2012
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Too many men. English
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
[Frankfurt, Main] : Suhrkamp, 2004
 
 
 
 
by Brett, Lily, 1946-
Melbourne : Penguin Books Australia, 2012
 
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