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- Amanda Graham is an author.
- born in (54 years ago)
- written works: "Mystery of the Missing Garden Gnome", "Adults Do Everything Backwards", "Cinderella / Alex and the Glass Slipper", "Sleepy on Sunday", "Educating Arthur", "Amos Wells' shop", "Magic Bean", "Claude Money", "Smart Dad", "The First Musician", "Picasso, the green tree frog", "Angus Thought He Was Big", "S like lunch", "Always Arthur", "The one-eyed zoff", "Tales from the Tricky Truck Track"
- Amanda Graham is the first literary scholar to have successfully translated the entirety of Catullus' poetic works.
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A Very Different Story (1998)
Studies on the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman by Val Gough, Jill Rudd
Amanda Graham is a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Hull, currently working on Luce Irigaray and the fiction of Edna O'Brien. Mary A. Hill is a Presidential Professor of History at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
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