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Dorothy Coade Hewett (21 May 1923 – 25 August 2002) was an Australian feminist poet, novelist and playwright. She has been called "one of Australia's best-loved and most respected writers".Birns & McNeer.A Companion to Australian Literature Since 1900, Camden House, 2007 She was also a member of the Communist Party for a period, though she clashed on many occasions with the party leadership. In recognition of her 20 volumes of published literature, she received the Order of Australia, has a Writer's Walk plaque at Circular Quay, and a street named for her in Canberra. The Dorothy Hewett Award for an unpublished manuscript was established in 2015 by UWA Publishing. She was a recipient of the Christopher Brennan Award.

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Ringwood, Vic., Australia : McPhee Gribble ; New York, N.Y., USA : Viking Penguin, 1993
Uniform title: Neap tide. Hebrew
by Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
Or Yehuda : Sifrit Maʻarav, 2004
by Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
Perth, W.A. : Fremantle Arts Centre Press ; Sydney : Currency Press, 1979
Uniform title: Bobbin up. German
by Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
Berlin : Verlag Volk un Weit, 1965
by Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
Montmorency, Vic. : Yackandandah Playscripts, 1984
by Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
Ringwood, Vic. : McPhee Gribble, 1994
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