Christopher Morgan: Currawalli Street

Suburban jungles

Carol Middleton

 

Currawalli Street
by Christopher Morgan
Allen & Unwin, $27.99 pb, 304 pp, 9781742377100

 

Currawalli Street is Christopher Morgan’s second novel for adults. Set in a suburb north of Melbourne, the novel is divided into two parts. It follows the lives of the street’s residents on the brink of World War I, then skips to 1972, when one of the grandsons of the original residents returns from the Vietnam War.

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Published in February 2012 no. 338
Carol Middleton

Carol Middleton

Carol Middleton is a journalist, arts critic and author, based in Melbourne. Her short story awards include second place in the Age competition. She is published in the anthology Melbourne Subjective. Carol is a regular storyteller for Stonnington libraries.



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