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James Phillips James Phillips i(A67680 works by)
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1 1 y separately published work icon Flood Children Thomas Shapcott , Milton : Jacaranda Press , 1981 Z848721 1981 single work children's fiction children's adventure Stella Lees and Pam McIntyre's The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature (1993): 386-387 comments that the novel 'is set in the 1974 Queensland floods. Peter and Melanie Griffith are left in the charge of their 16-year-old sister Janni. Together with Janni's boyfriend Don they survive the floods and solve a mystery, earning themselves a reward in the process.'
12 39 y separately published work icon The Harp in the South Ruth Park , London : Michael Joseph , 1948 Z1326724 1947 single work novel (taught in 2 units)
— Appears in: The Harp in the South Trilogy 1987;

— Appears in: Great Australian Writers : Miles Franklin, Henry Handel Richardson, Mrs Aeneas Gunn, Ruth Park 1987; (p. 513-698)

'Amid the brothels, grog shops and run-down boarding houses of inner-city Surry Hills, money is scarce and life is not easy. Crammed together within the thin walls of Twelve-and-a-Half Plymouth Street are the Darcy family: Mumma, loving and softhearted; Hughie, her drunken husband; pipe-smoking Grandma; Roie, suffering torments over her bitter-sweet first love; while her younger sister Dolour learns about life the hard way.' (Book description from publisher's website.)

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