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C.J. Koch (1932 - )


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Cranston, CA (2004) C.J. Koch (1932 - ). In: Dictionary of Literary Biography, 1950-1975. Bruccoli Clark Layman, Detroit, pp. 196-206. ISBN 0 7876 6826 5

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Biographical, bibliographical, and literary historiography of Australian author C.J. Koch.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Patrick White; Randolph Stow; Graham Greene; Catholicism; Other Worlds; Dualism; Irish; Tasmania; Clemes College; Lewis Carroll; Christian Brothers' College; World War II; Fuller's Booksop; James Joyce; Fyodor Dostoevsky; D.H. Lawrence; Thomas Wolfe; Michael Hulse; Douglas Stewart; Vivian Smith; Neil Davis; John Keats; William Wordsworth; Sir John Morris; Robert Menzies; James McQueen; The Bulletin; ASIO; Australian Communist Party; Robert Brain; Grand Trunk Express; India; Europe; Australian Broadcasting Corporation; Kenneth Slessor; 'Steel Rudd'; Frederick Bert Vickers; British Empire; Melbourne; Sydney; Stanford University; Irene Vilnonis; Malcolm Cowley; Frank O'Connor; Ken Kesey; Gurney Norman; Larry McMurtry; Peter S. Beagle. Charles Manosn; Bhagavad Gita; Heinrich Zimmer; Joseph Campbell; Carl Jung; Manicaeism; Gnosticism; Sri Ramakrishna; Nirad C. Chaudhuri; UNESCO; Jakarta; wayang; myths; Sukarno; Marxism; Islam; dwarf; women; homosexuality; MGM; Literature Board of the Australia Council; Nicholas Hasluck; China; Cultural Revolution; Gang of Four; Peter Weir; David Williamson; the Seekers; Tom Thompson; The Age Book of the Year; National Book Council; Hawthornden Prize; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Ernest Hemingway; Les Murray; Geoffrey Lehmann; Marcus Clarke; Colin Wilson; Carlos Castaneda; Hon.Litt.D; AO; Vietnam; Cambodia; Khmer Rouge; Robin Allanah Whyte-Butler; James McAuley; John Mitchel; Thomas Meagher; Margaret O'Meara; Victorian Premier's Award; Coliln Roderick Award; Macquarie University; James Cook University; University of Tasmania; colonial disinheritance; Noel Henricksen
Publisher: Bruccoli Clark Layman
Page Range: pp. 196-206
Date Deposited: 22 Jan 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:12
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