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'Written and composed by opera singer Deborah Cheetham, Pecan Summer tells the story of Alice, a tearaway 11-year-old Aboriginal girl at Cummeragunja Mission in southern NSW, who laughs, plays and cheekily avoids being removed from her parents Ella and James by jumping in a river. ...'
'Read this column and you can't unread it. Sounds reasonable, right? Which is another way of saying that doesn't sound unreasonable, unlike saying that's reasonably unsound, which is plausible too, given this paragraph's hall of mirrors. ...'