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'Welcome to our annual books of the year wrap-up. Just when I think my to-read list cannot be any longer, someone mentions a book I have never heard of that I realise I must read. Gabrielle Carey, Gideon Haigh and Alex Miller do that here today. I also like to check such lists for books I do know about and have a feeling are going to be important. One that is popping up a lot is Call of the Reed Warbler, a manifesto on the agricultural future by former wool farmer Charles Massy. That’s why I have chosen him as the main photograph.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Weekend Australian 23 December 2017 12538624 2017 newspaper issue 2017 pg. 14 Section: Review
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