Childhood at Brindabella

Childhood at Brindabella

Childhood at Brindabella

Miles Franklin

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2020
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This delightful autobiography is the story of Miles Franklin's first ten years, spent partly on her parent's station in the mountain valley of Brindabella, not far from the present day Canberra. It is a world of the high places and graceful living which she portrayed in her novels, here recaptured with unfaltering warmth and simplicity.The most charming of Miles Franklin's writings, Childhood at Brindabella was written in 1952-53, but not published until after her death in 1954. 3

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