On The World Of The Sixty-Nine Tram

Janet McCalman
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On The World Of The Sixty-Nine Tram

Subjects

History

Published

30 December 2005

ISBN

9780522852134

Pages

143

Weight

104g

Size

185mm x 115mm

Subjects

History

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

On The World Of The Sixty-Nine Tram

Janet McCalman
The MUP Masterworks series celebrates distinguished Australian writers and ideas. Other writers in the series include Manning Clark, A.A. Phillips, Donald Horne, Ray Parkin and Brenda Niall.

Janet McCalman writes about people and the environments, events and forces that shape them. This extract from her award-winning book Journeyings: The Biography of a Middle-Class Generation 1920-1990 is a vivid account of the school years of Australians who were young in the 1930s, and are grandparents and great-grandparents now.

Janet McCalman writes about people and the environments, events and forces that shape them. This extract from her award-winning book Journeyings: The Biography of a Middle-Class Generation 1920-1990 is a vivid account of the school years of Australians who were young in the 1930s, and are grandparents and great-grandparents now.

Janet McCalman

Janet McCalman

Janet McCalman AC is the author of three award-winning books: Struggletown, Journeyings and Sex and Suffering and for eight years she wrote a fortnightly column in The Age. In recent years she has been working on cradle-to-grave studies of historical cohorts: first, babies born in Melbourne’s Women’s Hospital 1857-1900; second, Aboriginal Victorians 1840-1985; third on convicts transported to Tasmania 1803-1852 (Founders and Survivors); and currently on men who returned to Australia after serving…

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