Three Dog Night (novel)

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Three Dog Night
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First edition
Author Peter Goldsworthy
Country Australia
Language English
Genre Novel
Publisher Viking Press, Australia
Publication date
Media typePrint (Paperback)
Pages341 pp
ISBN 0-670-89398-6
OCLC 54104048
823/.914 22
LC Class PR9619.3.G58 T49 2003
Preceded byKeep It Simple, Stupid 
Followed byEverything I Knew: A Novel 

Three Dog Night is a 2003 novel by Australian author Peter Goldsworthy.


Dramatic adaptation

In 2008 Petra Kalive adapted this novel for the stage. Its first production was directed by Andrew Gray at Two Blue Cherries Theatre Company at fortyfivedownstairs in Melbourne from 14–25 May 2008. [1]


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