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  • Judy Cassabby Brenda Niall

    Allen & Unwin 2007; US$ 31.81

    The extraordinary story of a woman who overcame living in the shadow of the holocaust to become one of Australia's most celebrated artists, told by Australia's most awarded biographer. more...

  • True Northby Brenda Niall

    The Text Publishing Company 2012; US$ 24.99

    Through war, love affairs, children and old age, the Duracks' creative lives were always shaped by the enduring power of the Kimberley region. With unprecedented access to hundreds of private family letters, unpublished memoirs, diaries and papers, Brenda Niall gets to the heart of a uniquely Australian story. more...

  • The Cardboard Crown: Text Classicsby Martin Boyd; Brenda Niall

    The Text Publishing Company 2012; US$ 12.95

    Set in Australia and England in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, The Cardboard Crown presents an unforgettable portrait of an upper middle-class family who love both countries but are not quite at home in either. Martin Boyd is a deeply humane novelist, a writer of family sagas without peer. more...

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