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Born in 1894, facey lived the rough frontier life of a sheep farmer, survived the gore of gallipoli, raised a family through the depression and spent sixty years with.
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A fortunate life has 5,800 ratings and 380 reviews sharon said: firstly, i must say how much i enjoyed this book and what an extraordinary read it was. A fortunate life is an autobiography by albert facey published in 1981, nine months before his death it chronicles his early life in western australia, his. Albert (bert) facey (31 august 1894 – 11 february 1982) was an australian writer and world war i veteran, whose main work was his autobiography, a fortunate life.