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Emerald Blue Paperback – June 29, 1995. by. Gerald Murnane (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Gerald Murnane is like no other writer, and Something for the Pain is like no other Murnane book. In this unique and spellbinding memoir, he tells the story of his life through the lens of horse racing. It is candid, droll and moving-a treat for lovers of literature and of the turf. Gerald Murnane was born in Melbourne in 1939.
Gerald Murnane was born in Melbourne in 1939. In 1999 Murnane won the Patrick White Award and in 2009 he won the Melbourne Prize for Literature. His 'Memoir of the Turf', Something for the Pain, was published to great acclaim in 2016. Gerald Murnane lives in western Victoria. Customers Also Bought Items By.
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Gerald Murnane A Million Windows About the Author Gerald Murnane’s new work of fiction focuses on the importance of trust, and the possibility of betrayal, in storytelling as in life. It is concerned with the bond established between author and reader, but soon other relationships come into view, between child and parent, boyfriend and girlfriend, husband and wife. Читать онлайн A Million Windows.
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lt;< Previous bookNext book . Emerald Blue. 1995) A novel by Gerald Murnane. Genre: Literary Fiction. Used availability for Gerald Murnane's Emerald Blue. June 1995 : Australia Paperback.
Based on Murnane's own early years growing up in the Victorian country town of Bendigo, Tamarisk Row is an unsparing evocation of an impoverished Catholic childhood in the late 1940s.
Murnane's first two books, Tamarisk Row (1974) and A Lifetime on Clouds (1976), seem to be. .The novel was followed by: Landscape With Landscape (1985), Inland (1988), Velvet Waters (1990), and Emerald Blue (1995).
Both are composed largely of very long but grammatical sentences. A book of essays, Invisible Yet Enduring Lilacs, appeared in 2005, and a new work of fiction, Barley Patch, was released in 2009. All of these books are concerned with the relation between memory, image, and landscape, and frequently with the relation between fiction and non-fiction.
MURNANE, Gerald Nationality: Australian. Born: Melbourne, Victoria, in 1939. Education: The University of Melbourne, . Richmond, Victoria, Heinemann, 1988; London, Faber, 1989. Ringwood, Victoria, McPhee Gribble, 1995. Family: Married; three sons. Career: Currently lecturer in creative writing, Victoria College, Melbourne. Address: 2 Falcon Street, Macleod, Victoria 3085, Australia. Publications Novels Tamarisk Row. Melbourne, Heinemann, 1974. Source for information on Murnane, Gerald: Contemporary Novelists dictionary.