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Title:
The Harp In The South (MP3)
Series:
The Harp in the South Trilogy #2
Written by:
Ruth Park 
Read by:
Kate Hood 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
9 hours 46 minutes 
MP3 size:
405 MB 
Published:
March 01 2013 
Available Date:
March 28 2013 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781743147634 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Classic Fiction; General Fiction 
Publisher:
ABC Audio 
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‘Ruth Park… that steady glow at the heart of Australian literature.’
Ruth Cracknell

An intensely moving family classic of love and loss and laughter at the very core of Australian popular writing.

An Australian classic, this is the story of the Darcy family who live in the Depression era tenements of Surry Hills, Sydney. Hugh and Margaret Darcy are raising their family in Sydney amid the brothels, grog shops and run-down boarding houses of Surry Hills, where money is scarce and life is not easy. Filled with beautifully drawn characters that will make you laugh as much as cry, this Australian classic will take you straight back to the colourful slums of Sydney with convincing depth, careful detail and great heart.

“For all its faults this family is bound together by a powerful love, best exemplified by the staunch figure of Mumma, but also by the affection between the two girls and the fierce pride that Hughie feels for his family. And while they live in one of the roughest parts of Sydney, and there is drunkenness and violence, theirs is a community which will offer friendship and compassion when it’s needed.”
ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

“Whilst there is a sequential plot, this is more of a snapshot of life (and love in its many forms) in the Sydney slums than it is a single story. Readers will connect with, and cheer for, the characters and emerge wanting to know more.”
aussiereviews.com