Xavier Herbert (1901-1984) lived in Fremantle between the ages of 12–14 where he attended Fremantle Boys’ State schools and at Christian Brothers College (CBC) Fremantle and began his writing career here. Herbert wrote the longest Australian novel, Poor Fellow My Country, for which he won the Miles Franklin Award. His best-known work is possibly Capricornia.
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