Fabulating Beauty: Perspectives on the Fiction of Peter Carey

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Bibliography

I would like to thank Gordon Collier for his invaluable help with compiling, organizing and arranging the bibliography. Thanks also go to the staff of the National Library of Australia, Anthony Hassall and the University of Queensland Press as well as Ron Abbey's Bookhouse for answering some of the knottier queries relating to this listing, and Geoff Nicholls of Moggies Books (Australia).

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Overview
1Works by Peter Carey
1.1Published Works
l.1.1Novels
1.1.2Travel and Essays
1.1.3Short Fiction and Essays
1.1.4Individual Short Stories
1.2Unpublished Novels
1.3Unpublished Short Stories
1.4Uncollected Short Stories
1.5Miscellaneous: Author's Statements, Essays, Newspaper Articles
1.6Screenplays
2Interviews
3Biography / Personality Pieces / Notable News Items
3.1General
3.2On Prizes, Awards and Distinctions
4Criticism
Short Stories
4.1General Articles
4.2The Fat Man in History
4.2.1Reviews of UQP Edition
4.2.2Reviews of Faber and Picador Editions
4.2.3Reviews of the Film Adaptation of “Crabs” (Dead-End Drive-In)

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