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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 26 October 2019 of The Weekend Australian est. 1977 The Weekend Australian
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* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Ears Have It, Stephen Romei , single work column

'Award-winning writers Ceridwen Dovey and Louis Nowra are at the new frontier of literature: audiobooks, writes Stephen Romei' 

(p. 9)
Born Again, Geordie Williamson , single work review
— Review of The Death of Jesus J. M. Coetzee , 2019 single work novel ;

'Back in 2013, JM Coetzee, a writer whose fictions had long combined philosophical investigation, formal experiment and political engagement, published a novel that seemed in some respects typically ‘‘Coetzean’’. Yet it unfolded in a manner unlike anything he had written before.' (Introduction) 

(p. 18)
In Search of Essence Amid Parallel Lives, Diane Stubbings , single work review
— Review of There Was Still Love Favel Parrett , 2019 single work novel ;
(p. 20)
Heartaches of Sweet Little Fish, Gretchen Shirm , single work review
— Review of Here Until August : Stories Josephine Rowe , 2019 selected work short story ; Night Fishing Vicki Hastrich , 2019 single work autobiography ;
(p. 20)
Prodigal Pursuit of a Silver Lining, Robyn Walton , single work review
— Review of Silver Chris Hammer , 2019 single work novel ;

'This follow-up novel is as much about the protagonist’s personal growth in facing his demons as it is about crime in a small town, writes Robyn Walton' 

(p. 21)
What Kind of Country Can’t Bear to Teach Its Own Literature?, Rosemary Neill , single work column
'The University of Melbourne says its bachelor of arts is “the most popular degree in Victoria’’, a boast based on 2017 admissions figures. With more than 40 majors to choose from, students starting a BA amid Melbourne’s grand heritage buildings and sandstone columns are certainly spoilt for choice — unless, that is, they want to specialise in Australian literature.' (Introduction)
(p. 24) Section: Inquirer
Found in Translation, Geoff Page , single work review
— Review of The Love of the Sun Matt Hetherington , 2018 selected work poetry ; The Bright and the Cold : Selected Poems of Anne Elder 2018 anthology poetry ; Apparently Joanne Burns , 2019 selected work poetry ; Empirical Lisa Gorton , 2019 selected work poetry ;

'Recently released collections of the works of four Australian poets, past and present, showcase different styles and influences, writes fellow poet Geoff Page.'

(p. 24)
The Peters’ Principles, Mark Dapin , single work review
— Review of The Red Hand Peter Temple , 2019 selected work screenplay extract short story review essay ; See You at the Toxteth Peter Corris , 2019 selected work essay short story biography ;

'The two Great Peters of Australian crime fiction — Temple and Corris — died within six months of one another last year. Each has a posthumous collection of shorter works published for the Christmas market: Temple’s The Red Hand and Corris’s See You at the Toxteth.' (Introduction)

(p. 25)
Elegiai"Insensible to your screams, announcing my arrival I", Michelle Cahill , single work poetry (p. 26)

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