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A striking collection of works by over 70 artists and writers with breast cancer. This book is a large book that contains high quality productions of photographs. This book is available as a reference to use in the BreaCan library only, and not available for loan.

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This Christian faith anthology of more than 60 short poems is offered for reflection, inspiration, encouragement and consolation. It includes contributions from 20 Australian writers, most of whom are members of the Wordsmiths group.

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A collection of poems, quotes and musings from people who have had breast cancer and families who have been affected by it. A collaboration between the National Breast Cancer Centre, National Breast Cancer Foundation and Breast Cancer Network Australia and Moonstone Media.

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Rediscover the power of inspiration with timeless stories about the everyday miracles that illuminate the best of the human spirit.

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A collection of poetry which reflects the Australian author's time spent in Ireland. Themes include: love and death, attachment to place and a growing sense of identity.

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This collection of poetry deals with loneliness, transience, love and loss. Describes the plight of Dorothy, a firefighter who lost her life in the 1983 Ash Wednesday fire. Includes the award-winning poem 'The Ache', which considers the existence of an aged shearer.

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Dr Robyn Rowland AO was an academic until she found her cancer in 1996 _ this and burnout, changed her life. After two years of 'The Great Silence of my Life', she returned to writing. Living through cancer and treatment, experiencing a change of identity from international researcher to single mother on a pension, Robyn

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