Australians: Flappers to Vietnam by Thomas Keneally

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'“A very readable yet thorough work.”  —Library Journal on The Australians: Origins to Eureka “Keneally, a Booker Prize–winning novelist and nonfiction writer, utilizes some wonderful vignettes gleaned from primary sources to advance his narrative. . . . This is a wonderful beginning of a project that should provide enjoyment for both general readers and scholars.”  —Booklist on The Australians: From Origins to Eureka   “Tom has this extraordinary eye for the little details that turn a biographical note into a living, breathing life-size character.” —The former Hon. Kevin Rudd MP, Prime Minister of Australia   “Keneally evokes the strangely jittery atmosphere of the period.” —The Independent   “[Australians: Flappers to Vietnam’s] rich sense of humanity has a great deal to teach us and the generations that have inherited this story have much to learn from quietly sitting with it.” —The Sydney Morning Herald  '
'“A very readable yet thorough work.”  —Library Journal on The Australians: Origins to Eureka “Keneally, a Booker Prize–winning novelist and nonfiction writer, utilizes some wonderful vignettes gleaned from primary sources to advance his narrative. . . . This is a wonderful beginning of a project that should provide enjoyment for both general readers and scholars.”  —Booklist on The Australians: From Origins to Eureka   “Tom has this extraordinary eye for the little details that turn a biographical note into a living, breathing life-size character.” —The former Hon. Kevin Rudd MP, Prime Minister of Australia   “Keneally evokes the strangely jittery atmosphere of the period.” —The Independent   “[Australians: Flappers to Vietnam’s] rich sense of humanity has a great deal to teach us and the generations that have inherited this story have much to learn from quietly sitting with it.” —The Sydney Morning Herald  '
Publisher: Open Road Distribution ISBN: 9781504040457 Pages: 180