Issue Details: First known date: 2014 2014
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'Howard Jacobson traces the footsteps of Germaine Greer, Barry Humphries, Clive James and Robert Hughes arguing these Australian giants didn't just join the cultural revolution in the 60s, they led it.

'The Gang of Four are at their peak: Hughes becomes Time Magazine's art critic; Germaine writes The Female Eunuch; Clive becomes a junior member of the London literati; Barry makes a Barry MacKenzie movie.' (Production summary)

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Gutenberg Fights On : A Survival Story Thomas Keneally , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The National Library Magazine , March 2015; (p. 28-30)
'Thomas Keneally gave the fifth Ray Mathew Lecture at the National Library on 4 September 2014.'
An Enduring Cultural Exchange Helen Trinca , 2015 single work column
— Appears in: The Australian , 2 June 2015; (p. 15)
Their Brilliant Careers From a Distance, the Brilliance Still Shines Ruth Ritchie , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 20 September 2014; (p. 48) The Canberra Times , 20 September 2014; (p. 33) The Sydney Morning Herald , 20 September 2014; (p. 46)

— Review of Brilliant Creatures : Germaine, Clive, Barry & Bob Howard Jacobson 2014 single work film/TV
Their Brilliant Careers From a Distance, the Brilliance Still Shines Ruth Ritchie , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 20 September 2014; (p. 48) The Canberra Times , 20 September 2014; (p. 33) The Sydney Morning Herald , 20 September 2014; (p. 46)

— Review of Brilliant Creatures : Germaine, Clive, Barry & Bob Howard Jacobson 2014 single work film/TV
Gutenberg Fights On : A Survival Story Thomas Keneally , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: The National Library Magazine , March 2015; (p. 28-30)
'Thomas Keneally gave the fifth Ray Mathew Lecture at the National Library on 4 September 2014.'
An Enduring Cultural Exchange Helen Trinca , 2015 single work column
— Appears in: The Australian , 2 June 2015; (p. 15)
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