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Nationality  Australian
Name  Barry Oakley

Role  Bassist
Children  Berry Duane Oakley
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Born  Barry Kingham Oakley 24 February 1931 (age 84) Melbourne, Australia (1931-02-24)
Education  Christian Brothers College, St Kilda
Alma mater  University of Melbourne
Died  November 11, 1972, Macon, Georgia, United States
Similar People  Butch Trucks, Jaimoe, Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, Marc Quinones

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Barry Kingham Oakley (born 24 February 1931) is an Australian writer.


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Born in Melbourne, Oakley was educated at Christian Brothers College, St Kilda, and the University of Melbourne. He was a secondary school teacher in Victoria from 1955 to 1962, and also lectured in humanities at RMIT University in 1963. He worked as an advertising copywriter and for the Department of Overseas Trade before his first novel, A Wild Ass of a Man, was published in 1967. He was joint winner of the Captain Cook Bicentenary Literary Award for his 1971 novel Let's Hear it for Prendergast. His early plays were performed at La Mama Theatre in Carlton.

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From 1988 to 1997, Oakley was literary editor of The Australian newspaper.


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  • From the Desk of Eugene Flockhart (1966)
  • Witzenhausen, Where Are You? (1968)
  • A Lesson in English (1976)
  • It's a Chocolate World
  • Cullity on Furniture
  • The Feet of Daniel Mannix
  • Beware of Imitations
  • Bedfellows (1975)
  • The Ship's Whistle (1978)
  • Marsupials (1979)
  • Scanlan (1980)
  • Beware of Imitations (1985)
  • Music (2012)
  • Novels

  • A Wild Ass of a Man (1967)
  • Let's Hear it for Prendergast (1971)
  • A Salute to the Great McCarthy – filmed as The Great Macarthy (1975)
  • Craziplane (1989)
  • Don't Leave Me (2002)
  • References

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