The Cupboard Under the Stairs
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The novel tells the story of Harry White, who attempts to rebuild his life after spending six years in a mental institution.
The novel carries the following dedication: "To Betty and Lindsay Bloomfield for one reason and another".
The author added the following note: "Kilkalla is not modelled on any existing branch of the Department of Mental Hygiene. To eliminate such confusion I have employed only generalized statements as to the detailed nature of the work carried on there, emphasizing only that it is experimental."
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Riders in the Chariot
|Miles Franklin Award recipient
with The Well Dressed Explorer
Careful, He Might Hear You
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