Reader's note

"Coast to Coast 1955-56 speaks with the ironic accent and emphasis that have become an inherent quality of Australian writing - a quality as real yet elusive as the small of the bush. Yet the range of theme and manner and mood is wide in this collection of stories so universal in appeal yet so distinctively Australian. Subjects are diverse: a transcription of an aboriginal legend by Roland Robinson, a grim sea story by R.S. Porteous, Peter Cowan's tragic 'The Red-backed Spiders', the light-hearted 'Better than Australia, No?', Ethel Anderson's evocative story of the dead, and sophisticated studies by Judith Wright, Lyndall hadow and David Campbell. There is, indeed, no story in the collection without its own special flavour and validity." A brilliant look at the literature of Australia - dive right into the world of creatures and people and enjoy short stories like you've never enjoyed them before!

Coast to Coast: Australian Short Stories of Today by H. Drake-Brockman

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Title: Coast to Coast: Australian Short Stories of Today

Author: H. Drake-Brockman

Publisher: Angus & Robertson

Publication Date: 1956

Format: Hardcover

This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear and the yellowing of it's pages.

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