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Peter Carey Biography
Peter Carey is an Australian novelist, born on February 7, 1943 in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, and after living in Melbourne, London and Sydney he is now based in New York. He wrote advertising copy in the early days of his literary career. He also collaborated on the screenplay of the film Until the End of the World.


Bliss (1981)
Illywhacker (1985)
Oscar and Lucinda (1988) - winner of the Booker Prize
The Tax Inspector (1991)
The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith (1994)
Jack Maggs (1997)
True History of the Kelly Gang (2000) - winner of the 2001 Booker Prize and the Commonwealth Writers Prize
My Life as a Fake (2003)

Children's books
The Big Bazoohley (1995)

Short stories
The Fat Man in History (1974)
War Crimes (1979)
Exotic Pleasures (1990)

Non fiction
A Letter to Our Son (1994)
30 Days in Sydney: A Wildly Distorted Account (2001)
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