[Katharine Susannah Prichard] [manuscript]. 1983.
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Writer and member of the Communist Party of Australia, 1919-1969. Wife of Hugo Throssell, V.C. Born in Levuka, Fiji, the daughter of Thomas Henry Prichard. Died in Greenmount, Western Australia. Her novels include "The Pioneers" (1915), "Windlestraws" (1916), "Black Opal" (1921), "Working bullocks" (1926), "Coonardoo" (1928), "Haxby's circus" (1929), "Intimate strangers" (1939), "The Roaring nineties" (1946), "Golden miles" (1948) and "Winged seeds" (1950). From the description of Pa...
Academic, writer and editor. Bruce Harry Bennett was born and received his early education in Perth, Western Australia. A Rhodes Scholar, he is a graduate of the Universities of Western Australia, Oxford and London. From 1968-1992 Bennett taught at the University of Western Australia, where he was Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Studies in Australian Literature and edited the literary journal Westerly. In 1993, he commenced a long association with the Australian Defence Force ...
Author and a lecturer in English at the University of Western Australia. She has written two novels, 'Crush' (1991) and 'One More River' (1993); co-edited two books, 'Poetry and Gender' and 'Elizabeth Jolley: new critical essays'; and written a number of articles and reviews in the field of contemporary Australian women's writing. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1989-1996. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225851126 ...