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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 Myth–Archetype–Story–F[r]iction : Helen Garner’s How to End a Story
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'The third volume of Helen Garner’s diaries, How To End a Story, is a reminder of how affecting books, or art and culture more widely, are. This is art, as Elizabeth Grosz writes via Gilles Deleuze, as an ‘enhancement or intensification of bodies’, an ‘elaboration of sensations.’'(Introduction) 

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