The Best Australian Essays 2003

Craven, Peter (Editor)

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Publisher: Black Inc.
ISBN-13: 9781863950695
Series: Best Australian Essays
Binding: Paperback
Year Published: 2003
Barry Oakley on the death of Captain Blood and Kate Jennings on the jocks of business. Bavid Malouf on the significance of Anzac Day and Harold Bloom's impassioned analysis of John Kinsella's Western Australian poetry. Paul McGeogh gives his dark picture of the aftermath of war in Iraq and Paul Kelly contrasts Howard and Keating on Asia while Helen Garner speaks in praise of the ukelele. This is a sparkling new number in the bast-selling series where literary critic Peter Craven ensures that the dazzle and the seriousness continue with everything from Bob Ellis at the movies to Chloe Hooper remembering the savagery of girls at school.
ID: 21045
Code: PM002194