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by Clare Mendes

Author: Clare Mendes
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (August 30, 1995)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.7
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Drift Street is a fiction book by Australian author Claire Mendes.

Drift Street is a fiction book by Australian author Claire Mendes explor the psychosocial and psychosexual limitations of young sub/urban characters in relation to the imaginary and socially constructed boundaries defining. Karen Brooks says that along with Edward Berridge's The Lives of the Saints and Andrew McGahan's Praise, Drift Street is a grunge lit book which. explor the psychosocial and psychosexual limitations of young sub/urban character. The Lives of the Saints is a collection of short stories by Australian writer Edward Berridge published by University of Queensland Press (UQP) in 1995. Karen Brooks calls the book an example of grunge lit, an Australian literary genre from the 1990s.

Clare Mendes was born in Melbourne in 1967. After graduating from the University of Melbourne she worked as an advertising copywriter for a number. Booksie Published Books shelf is a Premium Member feature. For published authors, it's the most cost-effective way to get your book in front of readers who are already interested and reading your work! Premium Membership also includes advanced statistics to help you grow your audience as well as other helpful features. Upgrade to Premium Membership.

Drift Street by CLARE MENDES - 1995 Small PB 0732256119 Harper Collins.

Winner of the 1995 Angus & Robertson Fiction Prize, this novel is about Colin and Linda Washbourne, and their three kids. Their home is a rented shell, and their survival is scraped from government benefits and welfare handouts.