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Gerald Murnane (born 25 February 1939) is an Australian writer, perhaps best known for his novel The Plains.

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by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2013 , ©1976
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Sydney : Sydney University Press, c2003
 
 
Uniform title: Plains. Hungarian
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Budapest : Libri Kiadó, ©2012
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Artarmon, N.S.W. : Giramondo Publishing, 2012
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Ringwood, Vic. : McPhee Gribble, 1990, c1982
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Footscray [Vic.] : Footscray Foundation for Australian Studies, Footscray Institute of Technology, 1987
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Artarmon NSW : Giramondo Publishing, 2013 , ©2013
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Champaign, Ill. : Dalkey Archive Press, 2011
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Artarmon , N.S.W. : Giramondo Publishing, 2009
 
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Ringwood, Vic. : McPhee Gribble, 1992, c1990
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Champaign [Ill.] : Dalkey Archive Press, 2012
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Richmond, Vic. : William Heinemann Australia, 1988
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
St. Kilda, Vic. : Heinemann Australia, 1976
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Artarmon, N.S.W. : Published for the Writing & Society Research Group, University of Western Sydney by Giramondo Publishing Co., 2008, c1974
 
 
by Murnane, Gerald, 1939-
Ringwood, Vic. : McPhee Gribble, 1995
 
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