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Book - The Day they shot Edward

From the Collection of Warrnambool and District Historical Society Inc. 2 Gilles Street (south of Merri St) Warrnambool Victoria

Description
This is a soft cover book of 120 pages. It has a light grey cover with black print and red lines on the front cover and critics’ comments in black print on the back cover. The book has a prologue and the rest of it is a novella set in World War One Australia.
Size
W 13.8 cm. H 19.7 cm. D 1 cm.
Object Registration
001291
Keywords
australian literature, wendy scarfe
Historical information
This is a novella by Wendy Scarfe. She is a novelist and writer who lives in Warrnambool with her writer husband Alan Scarfe. She graduated from the University of Melbourne and Melbourne Secondary Teachers’ College and has taught in Australia, England and India. Her final teaching post was at Warrnambool High School. She has published many novels, biographies, volumes of poetry and other books dealing with social issues.

When Made
1991
Significance
This book is important because it was written by a local Warrnambool author, Wendy Scarfe. She has twice been awarded an Australian Council Literature Board Special Purpose Grant and has a fine reputation as a writer.
Inscriptions & Markings
Signature inside first page: ‘E.Douglas 8 McKiernan Rd Warrnambool 1992’
Last updated
31 May 2017 at 12:23PM