Texts in the City: Maestro

Texts in the City: Maestro

In the very first of our Texts in the City series based around the VCE English list, Stephanie Trigg and Tony Wilson discuss Peter Goldsworthy’s classic novel Maestro.

Tackling themes of talent and genius, failure and appeasement, Trigg and Wilson consider the relationships between Paul, Keller, Rosie and Paul’s parents from a breadth of perspectives aimed at enriching your appreciation of the story’s subtle themes.


Portrait of Stephanie Trigg

Stephanie Trigg

Stephanie Trigg is a professor in English at the University of Melbourne. She has published widely and has written or edited several books on medieval and Australian literature. She also publishes a blog.

Portrait of Tony Wilson

Tony Wilson

Tony Wilson is an author of twelve books, as well as writing columns and features for the Age, Good Weekend and The Monthly. He was part of the Breakfasters on Triple R for six years, and is still a regular visitor to both Triple R and 774 ABC Melbourne.

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