Photo of Sydney Writers Walk
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The Writers Walk in Sydney has gold plaques set into the pavement around Circular Quay in Sydney, commemorating writers with a link to Australia. Some of the writers are foreign writers who just visited, but Clive James is a home-grown talent, known for his broadcasting career as well as his written works. Each plaque includes a quote from one of the writer's works, together with a short biography. Other writers represented there include Barry Humphries (best known for Edna Everage), Faith Bandler (who wrote a biogaphy of her father who was taken to Australia by slave traders in 1883), and Mark Twain (who visited on a lecture tour in 1895, and wrote about the Melbourne Cup among other things).
Sydney Writers Walk
|Camera:||Canon EOS 450D|
|Date (GMT):||17/10/12 02:56|
|Original size:||4272 x 2848 pixels|
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