Charles de Lint

Judith Ridge Judith.Ridge at det.nsw.edu.au
Tue Mar 8 21:53:28 EST 2005


> 
> Well, it's good to hear another opinion! I will certainly give it a go,
> then. It's always fun to know the places in books, though it's happened to
> me pretty rarely. I mean, how often do you read books which take place in
> Melbourne? :-) The only one I can think of right now is the only Phryne
> Fisher (by Kerry Greenwood) book I've read, _Raisins and Almonds_, which is
> only set in the Melbourne of the 1920s, but features Jewish themes and
> characters, which made it even more intriguing for me personally.
> 
> Ros 
> 
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Greenwood's Earthly Delights and its sequel are set in contemporary
Melbourne. Isn't Elliot Perlman's Three Dollars set in Melbourne? Monkey
Grip is. There must be others.

Does anyone know if De Lint will be in Sydney at all?

Judith 



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