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'When I lived in Sydney, one of my favourite places was Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, a stony seat cut into a promontory beyond the Royal Botanic Garden with a view from the Opera House and Harbour Bridge past Fort Denison and on towards the harbour heads. The land’s edge there has no boardwalks, no neatly set seawalls.' (Introduction)

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