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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 25 May 2013 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Hazel - A Rock Star's Rock, A Nation's Role Model The Good Wife Who Paid a High Price, Damien Murphy , single work obituary
'Hazel Hawke's life of courage came at a huge cost, writes Damien Murphy.'
(p. 16) Section: Insight

With Title: Hazel - A Rock Star's Rock, A Nation's Role Model

illus., ports (Hazel Hawke at Sydney's Clifton School of Arts, and with a victorious Bob on election night, 1987.)

A First Lady of Distinction, single work column (p. 18) Section: Forum
Tragic Backstory of Peter Pan Retold, Andrew Fuhrmann , single work review
— Review of The Death of Peter Pan Barry Lowe , 1989 single work drama ;
(p. 22) Section: Arts
Shooting for First-Class Style, Stephanie Bunbury , single work column
' "Gatsby? What Gatsby?" asks Daisy Buchanan when she hears mention of the millionaire living across the bay in an architectural pile even more imposing than her own. Baz Luhrmann lifts this line straight from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel for his film of The Great Gatsby. Every movie version of Gatsby uses it, in fact, but every Daisy already knows the answer to her own question, because Gatsby is not a real name. A poor farm boy called James Gatz made Gatsby up in a moment when he wanted to make himself sound like a rich, distinguished WASP. There is only one Gatsby.'
(p. 24) Section: Life & Style
Note: illus., ports
Grating Gatsby, Jake Wilson , single work review
— Review of The Great Gatsby Baz Luhrmann , Craig Pearce , 2013 single work film/TV ;
(p. 25) Section: Life & Style
Note: illus., ports ( Baz Luhrmann on the set with DiCaprio and Mulligan)
Prejudice Melts Away in a Frigid Landscape, Michael McGirr , single work review
— Review of Burial Rites Hannah Kent , 2013 single work novel ;
(p. 27) Section: Life & Style
On the Same Track Accidents Will Happen Interview : Ashley Hay, Caroline Baum (interviewer), single work interview (p. 28) Section: Life & Style
Note: With title: Accidents Will Happen
[Review] Collecting Ladies : Ferdinand von Mueller and Women Botanical Artists, Dianne Dempsey , single work review
— Review of Collecting Ladies : Ferdinand von Mueller and Women Botanical Artists Penny Olsen , 2013 single work biography ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
[Untitled], Owen Richardson , single work review (p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Gorton Mesmerises, At Once Sensuous and Cerebral, Peter Pierce , single work review
— Review of Hotel Hyperion Lisa Gorton , 2010 single work poetry ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
A Realm Sells Like Hotcakesi"Realms within realms", Jeltje Fanoy , single work poetry (p. 33) Section: Life & Style

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