- Author:Rodney Hall
- Publisher:Viking; Open market ed edition (March 31, 1983)
- Pages:512 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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It's a shame it isn't better known - Rodney Hall's imagination is vast, and his prose is gorgeous; simultaneously crystal-clear and complex, as lustrous as a nugget of gold washed down from a mountain stream. It's a terrific example of cutting-edge 20th century world literature. It's funny, tragic, grotesque, wise, tender, enjoyable and ultimately moving. Just Relations is, as Salman Rushdie once said, "so good that you A rich, symphonic novel that is beautifully written and deeply Australian.
Rodney Hall's books are published in the USA, UK, Australia and Canada and in translation into German, French, Danish .
Rodney Hall's books are published in the USA, UK, Australia and Canada and in translation into German, French, Danish, Swedish, Spanish, Portuguese and Korean. His many radio and TV scripts have been broadcast by the ABC and the BBC. He has twice won the Miles Franklin Award (for Just Relations in 1982 and The Grisly Wife in 1994) and been three times nominated for the Booker Prize. He won the Canada - Australia Award in 1988 and the Victorian Premier's prize for Captivity Captive in 1989
Save bookmarks and read as many as you like Praise for rodney hall. Reminiscent of both Joyce and Garcia Marquez" Washington Post. He has won the Miles Franklin Award twice for Just Relations and The Grisly Wife and many of his novels and poems have been published internationally. His acclaimed memoir popeye never told you was published in 2010.
Rodney Hall (writer). Just Relations, Book of the Year winner 1982. FAW ANA Literature Award. Just Relations, winner 1982. Rodney Hall AM (born 18 November 1935) is an Australian writer. Born in Solihull, Warwickshire, England, Hall came to Australia as a child after World War II and studied at the University of Queensland (1971). He also worked as an actor, and was often engaged by the Australian Broadcasting Commission in Brisbane. Grace Leven Prize for Poetry.
Published 1984 by Penguin in Harmondsworth.