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  • ISBN:
    1863022740
  • ISBN13:
    978-1863022743
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    Weldon; Reprint edition (1992)
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Laminated boards faded to spine. Name in ink to prelim page. A heavy book extra postage will be required to many destinations. Seller Inventory 028550. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Seller Image. John O'Grady Classics - They're a Weird Mob, Gone Fishin', Aussie English & Aussie Etiket (Fishing). Published by Weldon (1992).

John O'Grady Classics - They're a Weird Mob, Gone Fishin', Aussie English & Aussie Etiket (4 titles). John O'Grady did not set out to be a writer. A pharmacist and founder of the Sydney Repetory Theatre, he occasionally wrote one-act plays for its benefit

John O'Grady Classics - They're a Weird Mob, Gone Fishin', Aussie English & Aussie Etiket (4 titles). A pharmacist and founder of the Sydney Repetory Theatre, he occasionally wrote one-act plays for its benefit. After mocking his brother Frank's historical fiction, John accepted a bet that he could write a book and get it published. They're a Weird Mob was surprisingly successful, the first of his 18 books to be published. Books by John O'Grady.

John Patrick O'Grady, (9 October 1907 – 14 January 1981) was an Australian writer. His works include the comic novel They're a Weird Mob (1957) using the pen name Nino Culotta and the poem The Integrated Adjective, sometimes known as Tumba-bloody-rumba. Born to John Edward O'Grady and Margaret Gleeson. O'Grady chose to write under a variety of pseudonyms, most famously as Nino Culotta for his books They're a Weird Mob, Cop This Lot, Gone Fishin ', and Gone Gougin'

Aussie Etiket: Or Doing Things the Aussie Way by John O'Grady (1990-01-06) Hardcover.

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Title: They're a Weird Mob (1966). The aussie "mateship" unique to the Australian psyche is very well portrayed; the Aussie mentality of always willing to give a bloke a fair go and taking people for what they are - fair dinkum - and not who they are is also well captured. The actors are the creme de la creme of Australian theatre, tv, radio and film - most of them appearing in many Australian dramas of later years such as Homicide, Division 4, Number 96, Prisoner, Skippy(Ed Devereaux & Tony Bonner), and Crocodile Dundee (John Meillon).

They're a Weird Mob, The Integrated Adjective. Frank O'Grady (brother) His works include the comic novel They're a Weird Mob (1957) using the pen name Nino Culotta and the poem. Frank O'Grady (brother). John Patrick O'Grady, (9 October 1907 – 14 January 1981) was an Australian writer. YouTube Encyclopedic.

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Samulkree
This is a perfect omnibus collection of all four best-sellers from one of Australia's legendary comedy writers i one hardback bound volume. A hard-to-find classic.
Tam
This contains four books by John O'Grady. It is a humorous look at the odd culture of Australians. A good overview of a nation left to themselves for many years.