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[BKARTS] Patrick White, Nobel Prize Winner


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Important new bibliography on Nobel Prize winner Patrick White now

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Patrick White (1912-1990), Australian novelist, short story writer, and
playwright, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973. White
combined in his works myth, symbols, and allegory. His international
breakthrough novel was VOSS (1957), a symbolic story of a doomed journey
into the Australian desert. RIDERS IN THE CHARIOT (1961) was set in the
imaginary Sydney suburban town, Sarsaparilla, White's Yoknapatawpha. These
works established him as one of the most important modern writers. This new
bibliography provides a comprehensive description of all editions and
translations of White's works. It also lists reviews of first and other
significant editions, and includes accounts of the composition and reception
of each work.

2004, hardcover, 6 x 9 inches, 348 pages

ISBN 1584561432   Order No. 077355   Price: $95.00

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