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The Interrobang: A Festival of Questions
If you could choose the legacy you leave behind, what would it be and why? Graeme Innes
Manning Clark’s Obsessions
Manning Clark is a giant of Australia’s cultural landscape. His impact and influence on our history and our way of understanding our history constitute a lasting legacy - which is exactly what Clark would have wished. In Mark McKenna’s new biography, An Eye for Eternity, the self-styled historian-sage emerges as a deeply complex man, riddled with obsessions that included Australia’s national identity and…
Aileen Moreton-Robinson: 20th Anniversary of Talkin’ Up to the White Woman
Affirm Press have just launched A Break in the Chain, the first novel by academic and author Tangea Tansley. Tansley was born in Zimbabwe into a family that boasted of its ancestral family links to Prussia and Australia. Her father’s stories included tales about a Jewish side of the family that had been jewellers, and about a rift between a father and a…
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