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Preaching to the Converted Valdemar Robert Wake , 2005 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , April no. 270 2005; (p. 4)
Val Wake takes issue with reviews by Nicola Walker and Gillian Dooley whom he accuses of 'intellectual snobbery'. Wake argues that 'Dooley and Walker seem to subscribe to the belief that popular tastes have little to contribute to national character and values.'
Preaching to the Converted Valdemar Robert Wake , 2005 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , April no. 270 2005; (p. 4)
Val Wake takes issue with reviews by Nicola Walker and Gillian Dooley whom he accuses of 'intellectual snobbery'. Wake argues that 'Dooley and Walker seem to subscribe to the belief that popular tastes have little to contribute to national character and values.'
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