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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2-3 April 2005 of The Sydney Morning Herald est. 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
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The Woman Who Roared, Catherine Keenan , single work biography (p. 3) Section: Spectrum
Are We Home Yet? A Thumbnail Dipped in Ink, Suzy Baldwin , single work essay
Baldwin writes: 'Home is not just a physical place. It's also an inner landscape, made up of all that you hold most dear.' In this sense, she revisits her English heritage and recognises her attachment to England as 'home'.
(p. 9) Section: Spectrum
Note: Shorter version.
Reputation that Ate the Man, Ivor Indyk , single work review
— Review of City Bushman : Henry Lawson and the Australian Imagination Christopher Lee , 2004 single work criticism ;
(p. 10) Section: Spectrum
Brave Deeds of a PEN Friend, Susan Wyndham , single work column
A coumn canvassing current literary news including references to a new PEN award honouring Thomas Keneally and to the 2005 London Book Fair.
(p. 10) Section: Spectrum
The Fast and the Foolish Make High-Rating Fun, Bernard Zuel , single work review
— Review of Players Tony Wilson , 2005 single work novel ;
(p. 11) Section: Spectrum
In Short : Fiction, Michael McGirr , single work review
— Review of Remnants Nigel Featherstone , 2005 single work novel ;
(p. 12) Section: Spectrum
A Quiet Trawl Through Taoism and Tea Towels, Bryce Hallett , single work review
— Review of Objects for Meditation William Yang , 2005 single work drama ;
(p. 27)
Class of Their Own, Scot Gardner , single work column
Gardner writes of the 'welfare-based social development' programme he developed with Relationships Australia counsellor, Peter Little. The programme, titled 'Footy, Beer and Girls' is aimed at 'at-risk young men still at school'.
(p. 38)

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