☆ Beach Beyond Ó Jean Curlewis, Beach Beyond, Jean Curlewis, Beach Beyond Merrick a twenty year old lowly clerk in the firm of Massimer and Massimer is summoned to the office of his boss who makes him an intriguing offer that of resident lifesaver at Beach Beyond where Massimer and some of his business and professional colleagues have established a summer surfing colony At the colony their wives and children can holiday in safety away from tMerrick a twen ☆ Beach Beyond Ó Jean Curlewis - Beach Beyond, Beach Beyond Merrick a twenty year old lowly clerk in the firm of Massimer and Massimer is summoned to the office of his boss who makes him an intriguing offer that of resident lifesaver at Beach Beyond where Mas

  • Title: Beach Beyond
  • Author: Jean Curlewis
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ Beach Beyond Ó Jean Curlewis ☆ Beach Beyond Ó Jean Curlewis - Beach Beyond, Beach Beyond Merrick a twenty year old lowly clerk in the firm of Massimer and Massimer is summoned to the office of his boss who makes him an intriguing offer that of resident lifesaver at Beach Beyond where Mas

  • ☆ Beach Beyond Ó Jean Curlewis
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Beach Beyond

About "Jean Curlewis"

  1. Jean Curlewis

    Ethel Jean Sophia Curlewis was born at Mosman and educated at Sydney Church of England Girls Grammar School, Jean Curlewis grew up in a cultured and literate upper middle class family Her mother was Ethel Turner, the popular author of Seven Little Australians Her father was Herbert Curlewis, a lawyer Jean attended Killarney, the Church of England Grammar School in Mosman where the Curlewises lived, and later went to S.C.E.G.G.S Darlinghurst Because Jean was genuinely concerned with issues of social welfare it is not surprising to learn that she served as a Voluntary Aid, relieving overworked nurses during the Spanish flu epidemic that devastated Sydney in 1919 It is likely that this period, when she was particularly open to infection, brought on the tuberculosis that would claim her life In 1923 Jean married Dr Leo Charlton and the couple spent two years in London while Leo was engaged in postgraduate studies Her later years were spent in a family cottage at the Blue Mountains and in private hospitals where she succumbed to the disease she had fought for almost a decade.

844 thoughts on “Beach Beyond”

  1. I m so glad I discovered Jean Curlewis and her novels Here is an Australian writing in the 1920s and not about the bush This novel is set in a beach beyond everything else Palm Beach is mentioned but this mysterious beach is further on again a wonderful wilderness where a group of wealthy businessmen and their families have gone to relax for the summer The wives and children stay all week and the husbands drive up for the weekend One of the businessman, Mr Massimer, decides to use a member of hi [...]


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