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Patrick White: a Bibliography.

Patrick White: A Bibliography

Brian Hubber & Vivian Smith

Oak Knoll Press

310 Delaware St., New Castle, DE 19720

1584561432 $95.00 1-800-996-2556

The expert collaboration of Brian Hubber and Vivian Smith, Patrick White: A Bibliography is a straightforward and extensive bibliography of the writings of Patrick White (1912-1990), one of Australia's greatest writers, recipient of the 1973 Nobel Prize for Literature, whose work has been translated into thirty-one languages. Bibliography entries include descriptions of all the editions and translations of White's works, listings of reviews of first and other significant editions, and accounts of the composition and reception of each work, as well as such mundane facts as book physical description, page count, dimensions, print run, etc. A superb, high-quality text that spares no detail, especially recommended for reference libraries and individual enthusiasts who need to know detailed information about Patrick White's works.
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Date:Feb 1, 2005
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