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Robert James Ellis (10 May 1942 – 3 April 2016) was an Australian writer, journalist, filmmaker, and political commentator. He was a student at the University of Sydney at the same time as other notable Australians including Clive James, Germaine Greer, Les Murray, John Bell, Ken Horler, Robert Hughes and Mungo McCallum. He lived in Sydney with the author and screenwriter Anne Brooksbank; they had three children.

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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Sydney : Bob Ellis, 2011-
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Camberwell, Victoria : Penguin Group Australia, 2009 , ©2009
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Group (Australia), 2013 , ©2013
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Group (Australia), 2014 , ©2014
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Carlton VIC : Black Inc., an imprint of Schwartz Publishing Pty Ltd, [2016] , ©2016
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
East Melbourne, Victoria : Unicorn Books, 1980
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by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
North Ryde [N.S.W.] : Methuen Haynes, 1987
 
 
by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia, 1996
 
 
by Ellis, Bob, 1942-2016
Pymble, N.S.W. : Angus & Robertson, 1992
 
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