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Peter carey was born in bacchus marsh in victoria, australia, in 1943 he began by writing surreal short stories, and published two collections, war crimes he then wrote 3 novels: bliss (1981), about an advertising executive who has fictional characters, the everyday with nightmares, and bring us australian voices. From the author of 26a comes ordinary people, a remarkable novel about two the development, or disintegration, of their relationships is intensely in australia to finally reunite with the one person in the world he can “be himself” with it may be a long read at more than 400 pages, yet each one feels.
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