The Quest for Grace
Second part of the late Manning Clark's autobiography which began with TThe Puzzles of Childhood' (1989). By the author of the celebrated six-volume TA History of Australia', this book traces Clark's journey of self-discovery to Oxford and Europe and his return to Australia.
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The Quest Begins
Becoming a Melbourne Boy
An Australian in the Land of Holy Wonders
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