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  • Published 20110906
  • ISBN: 9781921758225
  • Extent: 264 pp
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FOR A MOMENT he doesn’t recognise me. He stares at me, rheumy-eyed, then breaks into a smile.

‘Very nice,’ he says, ‘very nice.’

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Brian Geach

Brian Geach was born in England and emigrated to Australia as a child. He graduated with a Masters Degree in Writing from James Cook...

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