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Issue Details: First known date: 2006 8-9 April 2006 of The Australian est. 1964
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* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
[Untitled], Jacqui Wright , 2006 single work correspondence (p. 2)
Character References, Wendy James , 2006 single work column (p. 2) Section: Review
Untitled, Michael Lester , 2006 single work correspondence (p. 2)
The Face : Susannah McFarlane : Publisher, Writer, Mother, Stuart Rintoul , 2006 single work biography (p. 3) Section: Review
Songs of Experience, Rosemary Neill , 2006 single work biography
Coinciding with the publication of Murray's The Biplane Houses, Rosemary Neill talks with Murray about major issues in his life including his position in the Australian literary community, his views on the Australia Council and arts funding, and the triggers for his episodes of mental depression.
(p. 4-6) Section: Review
Note: port. (Les Murray)
Leaf Brimsi"A clerk looks again at a photo,", Les Murray , 2002 single work poetry (p. 5) Section: Review
The Shining Slopes and Plainsi"Having tacked loose tin panels", Les Murray , 2005 single work poetry (p. 6) Section: Review
Poet to Test his DNA for Aboriginal Blood, Rosemary Neill , 2006 single work column (p. 7)
Note: Portrait of Les Murray.
Fine Farewell for a Great Leading Lady, Diana Simmonds , 2006 single work review
— Review of Learning to Dance : Elizabeth Jolley : Her Life and Work Elizabeth Jolley 2006 selected work short story essay poetry autobiography extract prose ;
(p. 10) Section: Review
Grit of a Great, Peter Craven , 2006 single work review
— Review of Theft : A Love Story Peter Carey 2006 single work novel ;
(p. 11-12) Section: Review
Grant Us Time, not Cash, Imre Salusinszky , 2006 single work column
Salusinszky argues that the imposition of a research paradigm on the humanities (in order to attract funding from bodies such as the Australian Research Council) has led to 'sterile and boring' work being done. He suggests that liberal arts scholars 'should do themselves, scientists and taxpayers a service by baling out of this system. Because the more they succumb to it, the further they drift from the humanities.'
(p. 40) Section: Review

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