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Stephen Marantelli


From: Thursday July 11, 2019, 6:30 pm

To: Thursday July 11, 2019, 8:30 pm


Stephen writes:

“In 2017, I completed writing “The Three Brothers – when George Washington and Edmund Barton sat down to dinner”, a historical novel about a chance meeting between the first president of the United States and the first prime minister of Australia in a London restaurant at the time of the First World War. It is my fourth book. Between 1974 and 1978 I taught at Strathmore High, principally Legal Studies. During my teaching career and I continuing after I was called to the Bar, I co-authored what became the standard Legal Studies textbook for Year 12 students. The book was published in eight editions over seventeen years. I also co-authored a Legal Studies textbook for Year 11 Students as well as the first Australian Legal Dictionary for secondary and tertiary students. In an earlier life, I was a bookmaker’s clerk and operated a small fencing staining business in partnership. My interests are American, Australian and British history, and music (in particular the drums). I am married. I have two children and six grandchildren.”


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