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Seven poor men of Sydney
Seven poor men of Sydney
Stead, Christina, 1902-19832015
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Seven Poor Men of Sydney is a brilliant portrayal of a group of men and women living in Sydney in the 1920s amid conditions of poverty and social turmoil. Set against the vividly drawn backgrounds of Fisherman's (Watson's) Bay and the innercity slums, the various characters seek to resolve their individual spiritual dilemmas; through politics, religion and philosophy. Their struggles, their pain and their frustrations are portrayed with consummate skill in this memorable evocation of a city and an era.
Main title:
Seven poor men of Sydney / Christina Stead.
AUTHOR:
Stead, Christina, 1902-1983, authorFalconer, Delia, 1966-, author of introduction, etc
Imprint:
South Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing, 2015.©2015
Collation:
xvii, 333 pages ; 20 cm.
Notes:
First published in London, 1934.Introduction by Delia Falconer.
ISBN:
9780522861990 (paperback)
Dewey class:
A823.2
Language:
English
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