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The Golden Age (Joan London): Overview

To support the study of "The Golden Age" by Joan London.

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The Golden Age

 

It is 1954 and thirteen-year-old Frank Gold, refugee from wartime Hungary, is learning to walk again after contracting polio in Australia. Subtle, moving and remarkably lovely, The Golden Age evokes a time past and a yearning for deep connection, from one of Australia’s finest and most-loved novelists.

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