The Hanging Garden by Patrick White
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The Hanging Garden Summary
From the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Eye of the Storm comes a vivid, visceral tale of childhood friendship and sexual awakening from beyond the echoes of World War II.
The Hanging Garden Reviews
"Starred Review. [The Hanging Garden is] a complete, complex, and beautiful portrait, an important addition to classic contemporary fiction." - Publishers Weekly
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Patrick White was born in England 1912 and raised in Australia. He became the most revered figure in modern Australian literature, and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973. He died in September 1990.
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