One For The Master

In the social-realist tradition of Australian novels, this is the story of a factory – a Geelong woollen mill and the people who work there between 1950 and 1996 when the mill lies in ruins.
Narrated by a woman called Helen Sullivan, the novel reveals the perilous working conditions through the accident which befalls a member of her family and brings her to political consciousness.
 

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In the social-realist tradition of Australian novels, this is the story of a factory – a Geelong woollen mill and the people who work there between 1950 and 1996 when the mill lies in ruins.
Narrated by a woman called Helen Sullivan, the novel reveals the perilous working conditions through the accident which befalls a member of her family and brings her to political consciousness.
 

 

Publisher: Wakefield Press

Paperback

1997

ISBN: 9781862544086