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'The Tivington Nott' is a novel by the Australian author Alex Miller and is based on the lives of real people in Somerset on the borders of Exmoor. Miller tells his own story of a young labourer swept up in the adventure of riding second horse in a west country stag hunt. 'The Tivington Nott' was first published by Robert Hale (UK) in 1989 and was republished by Allen & Unwin (Australia) in 2005.

Awards and nominations

*1989 Winner, Braille Book of the Year Award


*Peter Pierce, 2004, 'The solitariness of Alex Miller', 'Australian Literary Studies', 21 (3). pp. 299311 [http://eprints.jcu.edu.au/13852/] accessed January 2014.

*'Altogether brilliant. This man knows his hunting country.' - Somerset County Gazette


Jane Sullivan, 'Interview: Alex Miller', 'The Sydney Morning Herald', October 5, 2013, [http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/books/interview-alex-miller-20131003-2utdc.html], accessed January 2014.


Category:Novels by Alex Miller

Category:Novels set in Somerset

Category:1989 novels

Category:Robert Hale books

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