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In the sixth edition of this best-selling series, higly acclaimed author Frank Moorhouse has collected Australia's finest short fiction from the last twelve months. The contributors to this collection display the best fiction writers at the top of their form. This anthology demonstrates the enduring quality of Australian fiction. ...more
235 pages
Published 2005 by Black Inc.
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Moorhouse is perhaps best known for winning the 2001 Miles Franklin Literary Award for his novel, Dark Palace; which together with Grand Days and Cold Light, the "Edith Trilogy" is a fictional account of the League of Nations, which trace the strange, convoluted life of a young woman who enters the world of diplomacy in the 1920s through to her involvement in the newly formed International Atomic ...more

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