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Patrick White
(1912-1990) born on
May 28
Australian novelist. He was among the influential group of mid-20th-century writers in Australia; winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, 1973; wrote "Happy Valley."
I dunno,' Arthur said. 'I forget what I was taught. I only remember what I've learnt.'

But bombs are unbelievable until they actually fall.
"Well, good luck to you, kid! I'm going to write the Great Australian Novel."
All my novels are an accumulation of detail. I'm a bit of a bower-bird.
Conversation is imperative if gaps are to be filled, and old age, it is the last gap but one.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Solid Mandala," Ch. 2.
R: "Riders in the Chariot," I:4.
A: "The Vivisector," 112.
N: "Southerly," 139.
K: "The Tree of Man," Ch. 22.

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