Stow, Randolph, 1935-2010Alternative names
Randolph Stow is an Australian author, best known for The merry-go-round in the sea and Midnite.
From the description of To fix the identity of a raw democracy [manuscript]. 1973 October 6. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 223156454
West Australian novelist and poet; lecturer in English at the universities of Western Australia, Adelaide, and Leeds; winner of a Commonwealth Literary Fellowship, 1964-1966. His publications include: Act one (1957), Outrider (1962), A counterfeit silence (1969), A haunted land (1956), The bystander (1957), To the islands (1958), Tourmaline (1963), The-merry-go-round in the sea (1965), Midnite (1967), Eight songs for a mad king (1969), Miss Donnithorne's maggott (1974).
From the description of Papers. 1958-1974. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 221412584
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