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         White Patrick:     more books (100)
  1. The Tree of Man by Patrick White, 1994-10-27
  2. Voss (Penguin Classics) by Patrick White, 2009-01-27
  3. The Living and the Dead (Twentieth-Century Classics) by Patrick White, 1993-03-02
  4. The Vivisector (Penguin Classics) by Patrick White, 2009-01-27
  5. The Twyborn Affair (Penguin Classics) by Patrick White, 1993-09-07
  6. Aunts Story by Patrick White, 1994-10-27
  7. Patrick White: A Life by David Marr, 2008-01-01
  8. Riders in the Chariot (New York Review Books Classics) by Patrick White, 2002-04-30
  9. Eye Of The Storm by Patrick White, 1974-01-01
  10. The Cockatoos: Shorter Novels and Stories (Twentieth-Century Classics) by Patrick White, 1993-09-07
  11. A Fringe of Leaves by Patrick White, 1982
  12. Flaws in the glass; a self-portrait. by Patrick White, 1981
  13. First Dog's White House Christmas by J. Patrick Lewis, Beth Zappitello, 2010-09-01
  14. Flaws In the Glass by Patrick White, 1998-10-01

1. Nobel E-Museum - Search Results
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2. Patrick White - Artist Painting Prices, Art Appraisal, Artist Paintings [AskART.
Patrick White AskART, an artist directory with Patrick White and 32 000+ American painting and other artists - Patrick White artwork prices, valuations, appraisals and information. Birth / Death of Patrick White. State Affiliation of Patrick white patrick White is Often Known

3. WIEM: White Patrick
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White Patrick (1912-1990), prozaik australijski, laureat Nagrody Nobla (1973). Po dzieciñstwie spêdzonym w  Sydney wyjecha³ do Anglii, gdzie na uniwersytecie w  Cambridge studiowa³ literaturê angielsk±, niemieck± i francusk±. Brak powodzenia pierwszych utworów, Opowie¶ci ciotki ¯ywych i umar³ych (1941), sk³oni³ White'a do porzucenia literatury. Zaj±³ siê hodowl± i sprzeda¿± kwiatów. Ponownie siêgn±³ po pióro w 1951, kiedy rozpocz±³ pracê nad powie¶ci± Drzewo cz³owiecze (1956), która rozs³awi³a imiê pisarza na ca³y ¶wiat. Utwór stylizowany na przypowie¶æ biblijn± ukazuje proces kszta³towania siê osobowo¶ci farmera, borykaj±cego siê z przeciwno¶ciami losu. Pozycjê pisarza utwierdzi³y kolejne powie¶ci: Voss Wóz ognisty Wykolejeni (1964) i  Wêze³ Wiwisekcja (1970) i  Oko cyklonu W dorobku pisarza znalaz³y siê nadto: sztuki teatralne Wielkie zabawki B³yszcz±cy kierowca (1982) i  Pod lasem (1983), zbiór nowel

4. Kay White Patrick Holden A Z Of Dog Training And Behaviour
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6. DBLP: Patrick White
Patrick White. 3, Tugkan Batu, Lance Fortnow, Eldar Fischer, Ravi Kumar, Ronitt Rubinfeld, Patrick White Testing Random Variables for Independence and Identity.
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7. By Patrick White
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8. Patrick E White
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9. Patrick White - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Patrick White. Patrick White (May 18, 1912 – September 30, 1990) became one of the most successful authors ever to come out of Australia.
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Patrick White May 28 September 30 ) became one of the most successful authors ever to come out of Australia . He had a distinctive writing style that ran against formula. He was the first, and so far only, Australian author to win the Nobel Prize for Literature . He wrote his first book, "The Ploughman and Other Poems" in , and by his death, had completed 27 works. Table of contents 1 Childhood and adolescence
2 Travelling the world

3 The growth of White's writing career

4 The twilight years
Childhood and adolescence
Though his parents were Australian, he was born in Knightsbridge, London . They returned to Australia when he was six months old and settled in Sydney , at the age of four, White developed asthma New South Wales highlands, in an attempt to help his asthma. It took him some time to adjust to having other children around. It was at boarding school that he began to write plays. At this early age, he took to writing about noticeably adult themes. In , the boarding school ran into financial trouble, and the headmaster suggested that White be sent to boarding school in England White struggled to adjust to the new surroundings at Cheltenham College, his new school. He was later to describe it as 'a four-year prison sentence'. White withdrew inside himself and had few friends there. Occasionally, he would go on holidays with his parents to other locations within

10. Patrick White
Patrick White. Patrick White (May 28, 1912 1990) was a novelist and the first Australian winner of the Nobel Prize in literature.
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Patrick White May 28 ) was a novelist and the first Australian winner of the Nobel Prize in literature . White was born in London while his parents were on an extended European tour. At six months of age he returned with his parents to Australia, where his father owned a sheep station. He returned to England at age 13 to attend school in Cheltenham after which he went on to study languages at King's College, Cambridge and earned a B.A. in . During World War II , White served as a R.A.F Intelligence Officer in the Middle East and Greece . After the war, White returned to Australia and began to write seriously. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in Patrick White died in September 1990.
  • The Living and the Dead The Aunt's Story The Tree of Man Voss Riders in the Chariot The Solid Mandala, The Vivisector The Eye of the Storm A Fringe of Leaves The Twyborn Affair Memoirs of Many in One ) - despite the title, a novel
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11. Patrick White
PATRICK WHITE, Patrick White was born in London in 1912, the son of a wealthy Australian grazier. Patrick White died in 1990 after a long illness.
Your browser does not support script PATRICK WHITE BOOKS Patrick White was born in London in 1912, the son of a wealthy Australian grazier. A sickly child (suffering from asthma), he was educated in Australia and, from the age of 13, at an English public school. After completing his schooling, he worked for two years as a jackeroo on his parents' property. He returned to England in 1932 to attend Cambridge University where he studied French and German literature. During the Second World War he served as an intelligence officer with the RAF in Greece and the Middle East. After the War, he returned to Australia in 1948 with a Greek friend, Manoly Lascaris, with whom he set up house at Castle Hill - then on the outskirts of Sydney - where they grew and sold vegetables, flowers and milk. His first novels, which were published during the War, received literary acclaim but it was after he returned to Australia that Patrick White produced his greatest works including The Tree of Man, a long family saga which has been compared to the works of Thomas Hardy and Leo Tolsoy, Voss , which is the epic story of a doomed attempt to cross the Australian continent in 1845, and Riders in the Chariot , set in the imaginary town of Sasparilla which became the setting of several of White's novels and short stories Both Voss and Riders in the Chariot received the Miles Franklin Award.

12. Patrick White
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Online Resources Texts: Patrick White Texts: Queer Histories Texts: Authors Index ... Suggest a Name Names Index: A B C D ... Scholars Index Patrick White : Letters by David Marr (Editor), Patrick White Australian novelist Patrick White, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973, was a compulsive letter-writer throughout his life, and he generally asked that people destroy his letters. They didn't. Only portions of White's voluminous correspondence have been previously published, but this books fills the gap. Included are hundreds of letters in which White gossips about other writers, discusses serious literary matters and holds forth in his witty manner about all sorts of subjects. When Patrick White won the Nobel Price for Literature in 1973, he was known only to readers of serious fiction. Since that time he has become world-famous. By the time he died in 1990, White had attempted to destroy or have destroyed most of the letters he had written to friends, fans and acquaintances. This makes David Marr's collections of White's letters almost a miracle. Marr has collected over 600 pages of witty, insightful and revealing correspondence from the gay novelist which give us an unforgettable, intimate portrait of White and his world. Read in conjunction with Marr's 1992 biography of the author

13. The Vivisector Patrick White
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14. Riders In The Chariot (Vintage Classics) Patrick White
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15. Patrick White - Encyclopedia Article About Patrick White. Free Access, No Regist
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16. Zen And The Art Of Being Patrick
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17. Patrick White
patrick white was born in London of Australian parents. MEMOIRS OF MANY IN ONE, 1986; THREE UNEASY PIECES, 1987; patrick white LETTERS, 1996 (ed. by David Marr).
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Patrick (Victor Martindale) White (1912-1990) Australian novelist, short story writer, and playwright, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973. White combined in his works myth, symbols, and allegory. His international breakthrough novel was VOSS (1957), a symbolic story of a doomed journey into the Australian desert. RIDERS IN THE CHARIOT (1961) was set in the imaginary Sydney suburban town, Sarsaparilla, White's Yoknapatawpha . These works established him as one of the most important modern writers. In his own country White had to wait a long time before his painful depiction of the Australian middle class was accepted. "I would like to believe in the myth that we grow wiser with age. In a sense my disbelief is wisdom. Those of a middle generation, if charitable or sentimental, subscribe to the wisdom myth, while the callous see us as dispensable objects, like broken furniture or dead flowers. For the young we scarcely exist unless we are unavoidable members of the same family, farting, slobbering, perpertually mislaying teeth and bifocals." (from Three Uneasy Pieces Patrick White was born in London of Australian parents. His youth was spent partly in Australia, where his father owned a large sheep farm, and partly in England. At the age of 13 he was sent to an English public school, Cheltenham College, an experience which he hated and referred to it as a 'four-year prison sentence'. After returning to Australia he worked for two years as a jackaroo on a remote sheep station. From 1932 to 1935 White studied French and German literature at King's College, Cambridge. In 1935 White received his B.A. and settled in London, where wrote several unpublished works. His first published novel, the modernist HAPPY VALLEY (1939), was set in New South Wales. It was followed by THE LIVING AND THE DEAD (1941), set in pre-war London, and THE AUNT'S STORY (1948), a comic account of the travels of an independent Australian spinster, Theodora Goodman.

18. Patrick White - Autobiography
patrick white – Autobiography. I was born on May 28th 1912 in Knightsbridge, London, to Australian parents. patrick white Speaks (1990).
and Strindberg in my early teens - a taste my English housemaster deplored: 'You have a morbid kink I mean to stamp out'; and he then proceeded to stamp it deeper in.
When I was rising eighteen I persuaded my parents to let me return to Australia and at least see whether I could adapt myself to life on the land before going up to Cambridge. For two years I worked as jackeroo, first in the mountainous southern New South Wales, which became for me the bleakest place on earth, then on the property of a Withycombe uncle in the flat, blistering north, plagued alternately by drought and flood. I can remember swimming my horse through floodwaters to fetch the mail, and enjoying a dish of stewed nettles during a dearth of vegetables. The life in itself was not uncongenial, but the talk was endlessly of wool and weather. I developed the habit of writing novels behind a closed door, or at my uncle's, on the dining table. More reprehensible still, after being a colonial at my English school, I was now a 'Pom' in the ears of my fellow countrymen. I hardly dared open my mouth, and welcomed the opportunity of escaping to King's College Cambridge . Even if a university should turn out to be another version of a school, I had decided I could lose myself afterwards as an anonymous particle of the London I already loved.

19. Patrick White At The Complete Review
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bibliography quotes pros/cons ... links Biographical Name: Patrick WHITE Nationality: Australian Born: 28 May 1912, London, England Died: 30 September 1990, Sydney, Australia Awards: Nobel Prize, 1973 Miles Franklin Award, 1958, 1962
  • B.A., King's College, Cambridge (1935)
  • Intelligence Officer in the R.A.F. during World War II
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20. Patrick White At -- Essays, Resources
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Patrick White was born in England in 1912. At six months he was taken back to Australia where his father owned a sheep station. At the age of thirteen he was sent to school in England. He entered King's College in Cambridge when he was 17 and specialised in languages. After leaving the university he settled in London determined to become a writer. His first novel was published in 1939. In 1973 he was awarded the Nobel prize for Literature
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These essays offer analysis of the author's life and works. Many of them have been submitted by users, and are assigned an Editorial Rating on a scale from one to five stars to assist you in evaluating their worth. See also: Note on Essays Editorial Policy Gender and Class Oppositions in A Fringe of Leaves Investigates some of these contextual issues in White's A Fringe of Leaves. By Andrew Nicol , Student Editorial Rating:
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