- Since it was first published in 1948, this compassionate novel has become a favourite with generations of Australian readers.
- Harp of the South is a nostalgic and moving portrait of the eventful family life of the Darcys, of Number Twelve-and-a-Half Plymouth Street in Surry Hills, a Sydney slum.
- There grow bitter-sweet first and last loves of Roie Darcy, who becomes a woman too quickly amid the brothels and the razor gangs, the tenements and the sly-grog shops.
- Ruth Park is a classic storyteller and she brings to life a community where, despite the odds, life is always exuberant and full of promise.
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