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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 19-25 August 2017 of The Saturday Paper est. 2014 The Saturday Paper
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Actor Aaron Pedersen, Steve Dow , single work column

'As a proud Arrernte–Arabana man, actor Aaron Pedersen believes that through his work and profile he can make inroads into uniting Australia. “We’re the only country in the Commonwealth that doesn’t have a treaty. It’s ridiculous. What are they scared of?” ' 

[Review Essay] The Enigmatic Mr Deakin, FL , single work essay

'When he was 22 and a mint-new member of the Victorian parliament, Alfred Deakin won wild applause with a maiden speech in which he tendered his resignation. In a political career spanning almost 40 years, Deakin would nearly always be on the verge of resigning.' (Introduction)

[Review Essay] Robert Drewe Whipbird, QSS , single work essay

'Every so often someone writes fiction that ravishes the popular imagination. Robert Drewe did it at the outset with The Body surfers in 1983 and Christos Tsiolkas has been doing it in his latest books. Now Drewe has done it again in Whipbird, an absolutely compelling read and also something more.' (Introduction)

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