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Fraser enumerates her experiences at writers' festivals and cultural events around the country and concludes 'there is a demonstrable demand in Australia for serious critical discussion of books and ideas, of politics and policy, and there is also an appreciation and understanding of the yeasty agency of writing and ideas, and a desire to see it working, in the bush as much as in the cities.'

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