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by Dorothy Hewett

  • ISBN: 0869370499
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  • Author: Dorothy Hewett
  • Publisher: Currency Press (1976)
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Start by marking This Old Man Comes Rolling Home as Want to Read . She was initially educated at home and through correspondence courses. From the age of 15 she attended Perth College, which was run by Anglican nuns. Hewett was an atheist, remaining so all her life.

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Dorothy Hewett was born on May 21, 1923 in Perth, Australia. During her life she wrote 15 plays, the most famous of which are: This Old Man Comes Rolling Home (1967), The Chapel Perilous (1972), and The Golden Oldies (1981). She was an Australian feminist poet, novelist, and playwright. She was brought up on a sheep farm in Western Australia. Several plays, such as The Man From Mukinupin (1979), were written in collaboration with Australian composer Jim Cotter. In 1975, she published a controversial collection of poems, Rapunzel in Suburbia. published the first volume of her autobiography, Wild Card, in 1990.

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The Dorothy Hewett Award for an unpublished manuscript was established in 2015 by UWA Publishing. She was a recipient of the Christopher Brennan Award. The book dealt with her lifelong quest for sexual freedom and the negative responses she received from those around her. Two years later she published her second novel, The Toucher. Mrs Porter and the Angel (18 May 1969 - 1 June 1969), 1969, retrieved 20 August 2016.

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Dorothy Hewett spent her childhood on a remote wheat and sheep farm in Wickepin, Western Australia. Her adult life in Perth and Sydney was involved in the tumult of politics and writing. As a leading Australian literary figure, Hewett produced 12 collections of poetry, 3 novels, 13 plays, an autobiography, and many articles and short stories.

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In her memory the Dorothy Hewett Award for an unpublished manuscript was established in 2015 by UWA Publishing. YouTube Encyclopedic. In 1990 a painting of Hewett by artist Geoffrey Proud won the Archibald Prize, Australia's most prominent portrait prize.