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My Brilliant Career
Miles Franklin
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My Brilliant Career
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A young woman struggles against the intellectual confines of her rural Australian life in the late 19th Century.

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Preface
Introduction
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My Brilliant Career
I: I Remember, I Remember
II: An Introduction to ’Possum Gully
III: A Lifeless Life
IV: A Career Which Soon Careered to an End
V: Disjointed Sketches and Grumbles
A Drought Idyll
VI: Revolt
VII: Was E’er a Rose Without Its Thorn?
Self Analysis
VIII: ’Possum Gully Left Behind. Hurrah! Hurrah!
IX: Aunt Helen’s Recipe
X: Everard Grey
XI: Yah!
XII: One Grand Passion
XIII: He
XIV: Principally Letters
XV: When the Heart Is Young
XVI: When Fortune Smiles
XVII: Idylls of Youth
XVIII: As Short as I Wish Had Been the Majority of Sermons to Which I Have Been Forced to Give Ear
XIX: The 9th of November 1896
XX: Same Yarn (Continued)
XXI: My Unladylike Behaviour Again
XXII: Sweet Seventeen
XXIII: “Ah, for One Hour of Burning Love, ’Tis Worth an Age of Cold Respect!”
XXIV: Thou Knowest Not What a Day May Bring Forth
XXV: Because?
XXVI: Boast Not Thyself of Tomorrow
XXVII: My Journey
XXVIII: To Life
XXIX: To Life (Continued)
XXX: Where Ignorance Is Bliss, ’Tis Folly to Be Wise
XXXI: Mr. M’Swat and I Have a Bust-Up
XXXII: Ta-Ta to Barney’s Gap
XXXIII: Back at ’Possum Gully
XXXIV: But Absent Friends Are Soon Forgot
XXXV: The 3rd of December 1898
XXXVI: Once Upon a Time, When the Days Were Long and Hot
XXXVII: He That Despiseth Little Things, Shall Fall Little by Little
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XXXVIII: A Tale That Is Told and a Day That Is Done
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