Helen Hodgman

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Helen Hodgman (born 27 April 1945 in Aberdeen, Scotland)[1] is an Australian novelist. She won the 1978 Somerset Maugham Award for her novel Jack and Jill. She also won the 1989 Christina Stead Fiction Prize for the novel Broken Words. Her remaining works include Waiting for Matindi, Passing Remarks, Ducks, Blue Skies and The Bad Policeman.

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