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Alternative title: Addicted to Celebrity
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... no. 5 Spring 2004 of Griffith Review est. 2003- Griffith Review
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'Who can you believe? The media is dominated by celebrity, swamped by lies and awash with propaganda. Addicted to celebrity explores our fascination with celebrity and its corrosive influence and goes inside the world of news and spin in search of fragile truths.' (Back cover)

Notes

  • Only a selection of contents available online.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Meadowbrook, Crestmead - Marsden - Loganlea area, Logan City, Brisbane - South East, Brisbane, Queensland,: Sydney, New South Wales,:Griffith University ,ABC Books , 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Fifteen Minutes, David Malouf , single work essay (p. 15-19)
Herself, Bille Brown , single work essay (p. 23-28)
Celebrating 'Selfebrity', Mark Cherry , Ruth Wajnryb , single work essay (p. 29-35)
No One to Blame, Gideon Haigh , single work essay (p. 39-52)
The Knife Meets the Whetstone, Matthew Condon , single work autobiography (p. 81-94)
The Pool Diariesi"I thought the pool could save me, floatation and fitness,", Laurie Keim , single work poetry (p. 95-96)
Out of the Slipstream, Catharine Lumby , single work essay (p. 111-116)
When Politicians Lie, Raimond Gaita , single work essay (p. 119-128)
Spinning the Fabric of Reality, Stephen Stockwell , single work essay (p. 131-137)
Delusion Without Variation, Bruce Page , single work essay (p. 141-152)
Gallipoli's Lifetime Legacy, Laurie Hergenhan , single work review (p. 155-159)
A Colonial State of Mind, Peter Manning , single work essay (p. 163-170)
The House of Fear and the House of War, Stephen Sewell , single work essay (p. 173-181)
Three Months in Baghdad, Tony Preston-Stanley , single work autobiography (p. 185-192)
Learning to See, Paul Monk , single work essay (p. 193-200)
One Day in Dili, Geoff Thompson , single work autobiography (p. 203-210)
Enthralled by Shadow, Peter Craven , single work review (p. 231-236)
A Virtuoso in Soft Covers, Anthony May , single work essay (p. 239-243)
Orchestrating the Myth, Greg Barns , single work essay (p. 244-248)
A Cook's Life, Marion Halligan , single work essay (p. 251-256)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Untitled Tony Smith , 2005 single work review
— Appears in: JAS Review of Books , February no. 30 2005;

— Review of Griffith Review no. 5 Spring 2004 periodical issue
Get Interpellated James Ley , 2004 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , December-January no. 267 2004-2005; (p. 26-27)

— Review of Cultural Studies Review vol. 10 no. 2 September 2004 periodical issue ; Griffith Review no. 5 Spring 2004 periodical issue ; Meanjin vol. 63 no. 3 2004 periodical issue
Get Interpellated James Ley , 2004 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , December-January no. 267 2004-2005; (p. 26-27)

— Review of Cultural Studies Review vol. 10 no. 2 September 2004 periodical issue ; Griffith Review no. 5 Spring 2004 periodical issue ; Meanjin vol. 63 no. 3 2004 periodical issue
Untitled Tony Smith , 2005 single work review
— Appears in: JAS Review of Books , February no. 30 2005;

— Review of Griffith Review no. 5 Spring 2004 periodical issue
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