Tracy Farrâs acclaimed debut novel is the fictional memoir of Dame Lena Gaunt: musician, octogenarian, junkie.
From a solitary childhood in Malacca and a Perth boarding school to a glittering career in Jazz-age Sydney and a defining relationship with bohemian artist Beatrix Carmichael, Lenaâs is a life shaped by the pull of the sea, the ebb and flow of passion and loss, and that extraordinary instrument, the theremin.
Tracy Farr is an Australian-born, New Zealand-based writer and former research scientist. The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt was longlisted for Australiaâs most prestigious literary prize, the Miles Franklin Award.
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