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by Debra Adelaide

  • ISBN: 0863581498
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Debra Adelaide
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorsons; First Edition edition (November 1988)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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Debra Adelaide (born 1958) is an Australian novelist, writer and academic who teaches creative writing at the University of Technology Sydney. Adelaide was born in Sydney and grew up in the Sutherland Shire. A contemporary of writers Kathy Lette and. A contemporary of writers Kathy Lette and Gabrielle Carey, she attended Gymea High School and then via a teacher's scholarship, she completed a BA (Honours) and MA (Honours) in English literature at the University of Sydney

This is a list of women writers who were born in Australia or whose writings are closely associated with that country. Mena Abdullah (born 1930), short story writer.

This is a list of women writers who were born in Australia or whose writings are closely associated with that country. Glenda Adams (1939–2007), novelist and short story writer. Nancy Adams (1890–1968), autobiographical writer and illustrator. Patsy Adam-Smith (1924–2001), historian. Jane Alison (born 1961), novelist and memoir writer.

This list includes the major guides and bibliographies that are specific to, or have significant references to, the Library's collections.

Famous Australian Writers. Famous People From Australia

Famous Australian Writers. Famous People From Australia. 20th Century Australian Writers Australian Women Writers Poets Novelists Playwrights Non-Fiction Writers. Be it Tim Winton’s "Breath" about surfing and taking risks or Geraldine Brooks worldwide bestseller "People of the Book" – one of the best books you could ever hope to read or two-time Booker Prize winner Peter Carey's books, or Markus Zusak's "The Book Thief" – a young adult novel, Australia has produced copious bestsellers over the years. Authors from down under have plenty to express, and they lace their stories and ideas with stunning prose and sharply detailed characters.

The Australian National Bibliography has been consulted for some details of books. Questia is operated by Cengage Learning. The Bibliography of Australian Literature K to O By M A R G I N: life & letters in early Australia, Vol. 72, August 2007.

Australian Women Writers. A Bibliographic Guide (Australian Literary Heritage). Published January 1989 by Unwin Hyman.

List of biographical dictionaries of women writers in English.

1) E6 (1) academic (1) Australia (2) Australian (2) Australian literature (2) bibliographies (1) bibliography (3) literary (1) literary reference (1) literature (4) London (1) non-fiction (2) portraits (1) RDB (1) reference (3) women (2) women in literature (1). ▾LibraryThing Recommendations. List of biographical dictionaries of women writers in English.

Adelaide offers published 12 books, including books, anthologies and guide books on Australian books. Australian Women Authors: A Bibliographic Guideline (Pandora, 1988) A Bright and Fiery Troop (2008) A Windows at night, biography of Dymphna Cusack (2008). Her four books are Notice to George Clooney (Picador: 2013), FAMILY MEMBERS Instruction to Dying (Picador:2008), The Resort Albatross (Classic: 1995) and Serpent Dirt (Classic: 1998). Acts Of Puppy (2003) Motherlove (1996; 1997; 1998) Lowering the Cord (2002).



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