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University of Western Australia Press, Perth - first edition ISBN 1876268239, 1999. Softcover, 8¾" x 6. Book in AS NEW condition. SIGNED BY AUTHOR on Half-title Page, and dated '27-8-99'. Thick card covered book with 26 b&w photographs, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Frank Hardy is perhaps Australia's most famous Communist writer. He was variously a gambler and risk taker, a working-class raconteur and bush liar and a political opportunist who understood how to get the best from long odds. This book traces the relationship between Hardy's writings, his political activism and the historical events which shaped his literary works.