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Thomas William Shapcott AO (born 21 March 1935) is an Australian poet . The Book of Hanging Gardens (2009). National Library of Australia Theatre of darkness : Lillian Nordica as opera; Retrieved 11 August 2013. Brisbane Writers Festival Site.
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Lillian Nordica as opera. by Thomas W. Published 1998 by Vintage in Milsons Point, NSW, New York. Fiction, Shipwrecks, Sopranos (Singers). Lillian Nordica (1857-1914).
Thomas William Shapcott was born in Ipswich, Queensland, and attended the Ipswich Grammar School with . The Book of Hanging Gardens. Warners Bay, NSW: Picaro Press, 2009. Theatre of Darkness: Lillian Nordica as opera. Milsons Point, NSW, & New York: Vintage, 1998.
Thomas William Shapcott was born in Ipswich, Queensland, and attended the Ipswich Grammar School with his twin brother, who was born on the previous. Encyclopedia Article. Poetry, Australia, Brisbane, Queensland, Book.
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The operatic diva Lillian Nordica, rival of Melba, travels to Batavia after her Australasian tour. On the way she is shipwrecked on Thursday Island.
Shapcott, Thomas W. (Thomas William), 1935-. No known library holdings in Australia. The operatic diva Lillian Nordica, rival of Melba, travels to Batavia after her Australasian tour. Ill with pneumonia, Lillian settles into the island's small hospital. As the steamy tropical days and nights unwind, Lillian drifts between memory, dream and reality. Now, as her own voice deserts her, other voices crowd in. Performer. Requires special playback equipment.
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The short stories and one longer story in this collection from Australian literary legend Tom Shapcott range in time and place from Queensland's Sunshine Coast to Adelaide to Slovenia. They encompass contemporary themes of migration and exile, to the traumas of childhood and growing up. Thomas Shapcott is one of Australia's most highly regarded authors. He has published 10 novels, including "Spirit Wrestlers", "Theatre of Darkness", "Magnum Opus Shines" and "Mona's Gift", and several non-fiction and poetry books
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