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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 17-18 April 2004 of The Australian est. 1964 The Weekend Australian
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* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Face : Philip Jones : Author, Helen Elliott , single work biography (p. 3) Section: Review
Mapped Out: The Anxieties of Generation Sex, Cath Kenneally , single work review
— Review of Geography Sophie Cunningham , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 8-9) Section: Review
Inside the Charmed Circle, Patricia Anderson , single work review
— Review of Art and Life Philip Jones , 2004 single work autobiography ;
(p. 10-11) Section: Review
Crimefile, Graeme Blundell , single work review
— Review of The Haha Man Sandy McCutcheon , 2003 single work novel ; Blindside J. R. Carroll , 2004 single work novel ; Appointment at Amalfi Ian Callinan , 2003 single work novel ; Until Death Sandy Curtis , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 11) Section: Review
Have Perceptions, Will Travel, Barry Hill , single work review
— Review of Amongst the Graffiti : Collected Haiku and Senryu 1972-2002 Janice M. Bostok , 2003 selected work poetry ; Singing of Scented Grass : Verses from the Chinese 2003 selected work poetry ;
(p. 15) Section: Review
It Wouldn't Pay to Return Home, Germaine Greer , single work criticism
Greer reacts to the 'badging' by The Australian newspaper of her essay, originally commissioned by The Times (London) and re-published by The Australian under the banner 'Slack and Insufferable'. She also takes issue with the negative reaction of Australians, including the Prime Minister, John Howard, to the thoughts expressed in the essay.
(p. 27)

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