Robert J. Hawke
Blanche D'alpuget
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Robert J. Hawke

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Reforms, becoming a folk hero and the first most popular Australian of his time. In the international labour organisation he led the workers of the Western world in opposition to atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons in the pacific, and was acclaimed as a fighter for human rights - and, champion of his great love, Israel. Hawke's devotion of Israel nearly destroyed his ca...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published October 25th 1984 by Penguin Books Ltd (first published September 1983)
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Blanche d’Alpuget has returned to fiction with the publication of ‘The Young Lion’, the first novel in a compelling new series about the House of Plantagenet, the mightiest royal dynasty in English history.

An acclaimed novelist, biographer and essayist Blanche has won numerous literary awards including the prestigious Australasian Prize for Commonwealth Literature in 1987. Her previous novels incl...more
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