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Joan à Beckett Lindsay (16 November 189623 December 1984) was an Australian novelist, playwright, essayist, and visual artist. Trained in her youth as a painter, Lindsay published her first literary work in 1936 at age forty under a pseudonym, a satirical novel titled Through Darkest Pondelayo. Her second novel, Time Without Clocks, was published nearly thirty years later, and was a semi-autobiographical account of her early married years to artist Daryl Lindsay.

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Melbourne, Canberra [etc.] F. W. Cheshire, 1967
by Lindsay, Joan, 1896-1984
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Books, 2014 , ©1967
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by Lindsay, Joan, 1896-1984
[Melbourne] : Australian Red Cross Society, [1941?]
Uniform title: Picnic at Hanging Rock. Slovenian
by Lindsay, Joan, 1896-1984
Ljubljana : Modrijan, 2012 , ©2012
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