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2014/11/23 17:05
2014/11/23 17:05
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Imbalance: Camilla Nelson, of the University of Notre Dame, questions why most texts authorised for study in years 11 and 12 were written by men. Photo: Edwina Pickles Anna Funder's Stasiland made it...
2014/11/23 17:05
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2014/11/19 04:46
2014/11/19 04:46
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Author Lucy Neave has just release a new novel, Who We Were. Photo: Jay Cronan A sense of place is a powerful thing when you're a writer. It's powerful for a reader, too, especially when you're...
2014/11/17 19:15
2014/11/17 19:15
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For their November book, “Just the Facts,” the nonfiction book discussion group, will be reading The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Family’s Century of Art and Loss by Edmund de Waal. The Ephrussis were a...
2014/11/16 21:48
2014/11/16 21:48
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Turn for the better: Jane Rawson, the author of Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, has won Small Press Network’s Most Underrated Book Award. Photo: Penny Stephens It took Jane Rawson, a former...
2014/11/16 08:48
2014/11/16 08:48
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Page File Never has the long shadow of America across the world been so ominous and so ephemeral as it is in the wake of Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations and Wikileaks. Data surveillance and the huge...
2014/11/09 00:51
2014/11/09 00:51
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Peter Carey's cyber-terrorism and Aussie politics novel Amnesia 'crackles with energy' THE brilliant Australian author explores digital activism, legacy journalism, US political interference and...
2014/11/03 14:22
2014/11/03 14:22
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Alone and weeping in a police van, matriarch of Australia's sordid incest cult is taken to jail - as secret tapes reveal sexualised relationship with son, 15, who she conceived with her own...
2014/11/01 09:49
2014/11/01 09:49
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Page FileEl Reg bookworm Mark Diston leafs his way through the latest in literature and finds more transgressional fiction from Chuck Palahniuk, this time focused on stimulating experiences for...
2014/10/31 12:36
2014/10/31 12:36
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In his new novel “Amnesia,” double Booker winner Peter Carey excavates some of the most significant moments in modern Australian history: from the “Battle of Brisbane” in 1943, when local soldiers and...
2014/10/26 11:09
2014/10/26 11:09
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He has never met Assange, he says; recent stories about him refusing to ghost the activist’s memoir have been misreported. “I was talking to Sonny Mehta, my longtime friend and editor at Knopf, and he...
2014/10/26 04:00
2014/10/26 04:00
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... Australia, the Man Booker Prize is seen as something of a chicken raffle. I just didn’t expect to end up being the chicken.” This year’s winner, Richard Flanagan, gets candid about his...
2014/10/25 14:15
2014/10/25 14:15
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Andrew McConnell never travels without his set of knives packed in his suitcase. It's not that he's a magician, well, not in the conventional sense, with some sort of travelling knife-throwing act....
2014/10/24 19:55
2014/10/24 19:55
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After half a century of filming, the haunted studio in St Kilda is being bulldozed, along with its memories and its ghost The huge camera crane came with first-class credentials – it was used in the...
2014/10/24 15:13
2014/10/24 15:13
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Signed copies of Booker Prize-winning books sell like hot cakes says rare book dealer. BOOKER PRICES Clever you if you bought The Narrow Road to the Deep North and asked Richard Flanagan to sign it...
2014/10/24 13:48
2014/10/24 13:48
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Double Booker winner Peter Carey was always unimpressed by the decision to open the prize up to US authors. “I find it unimaginable that the Pulitzer or the National Book Award would ever open their...
2014/10/24 08:27
2014/10/24 08:27
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Secrets and betrayal in Peter Carey's Amnesia Peter Carey's latest novel, Amnesia, delves into the nature of computer hacking and what it means for Australia and the world. The central character Gaby...
2014/10/24 00:50
2014/10/24 00:50
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Twice upon a time: 10 fictional characters who are given a novel of their own As Diana Souhami’s new novel Gwendolen takes up the story of George Eliot’s character from Daniel Deronda, we bring you 10...
2014/10/23 22:12
2014/10/23 22:12
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IT’S unanimous – every Ballarat Football League club wants a player points system introduced as soon as possible. IT’S unanimous – every Ballarat Football League club wants a player points system...
2014/10/23 19:27
2014/10/23 19:27
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MORRIS LURIE, 1938-2014 Morris Lurie was a writer's writer. Not an author of best-sellers and at times even drifting into obscurity during his long career, he was nevertheless highly regarded in...
2014/11/23 17:05
2014/11/23 17:05
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