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Dr. Ruth Starke has received a scholarship from the Australia Council to write a biography of former SA premier Don Dunstan. FINALLY - A WAY TO LIVE THEIR LIVES! Sugar in the limo prolongs the shelf life of the flowers. Please help us to finance our life-saving work.

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There are many of us who are living in servitude - to eat, to have a home or to be afraid, to our past, present or even our futures - almost everything that prevents us from being what God has foreseen. However, Jesus came to give us plenty of life and to free us. A Life-chanting Journalney through the Gospel of Luke teaches us that nothing is possible with God.

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The early winters of a warm life are over, and finally have them! Mugged in the fall, cooled in the fall, but you, dear darling, you do now. Ruts on my cheeks, in reality, the blossoming sword of youth shattered, could gain or keep the vows of a beloved, despite my sorrowful and pale face, and obscured my skull now!

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the life of Don Dunstan - News

Ruth Starke has been awarded a scholarship from the Australia Council to create a bio of former SA premiere Don Dunstan. Australia Council's Literature Board has granted the scholarship to support Dr. Starke in creating a memoir of former Prime Minister Don Dunstan of Southern Australia (in the picture). Hitherto unreleased materials, among them the script of a novel by Dunstan, will make an important biographical input.

A writer of literature and a teacher of imaginative composition, Dr. Starke will have to do a little jenre skydiving to become a bibliographer, but she says she's excited about the view. "I' ve written over 25 young people's books and have been a critic for ABR and other magazines for about 20 years, but my only big non-fiction is my doctoral thesis on the story and culture of Adelaide Writers Week, which I finished with Finders a decade ago," said Dr. Starke.

"She said: "I am hoping to make full use of the collection's letter and diary archives and the script of Dunstan's unreleased and extremely biographical novel.

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