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Each house, like each place, has its own topography, its own lore. A complex history comes down to us, through household jokes and anecdotes, odd family habits, and irrational superstitions, that forever shapes what we see and the way in which we see it.

Beginning with his childhood home, David Malouf moves on to show other landmarks in his life, and the way places and things create our private worlds. Written with humour and uncompromising intelligence, 12 Edmondstone Street is an unforgettable portrait of one man's life.

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"Malouf's perceptions are deep and his use of language quite wonderful" (Ian Buruma)

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Malouf invites us on an intimate, beautifully described journey into his own past, beginning in his childhood home.

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