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McKimmie expresses his dismay over Australian Book Review's review of Jennifer Harrison's Folly and Grief. McKimmie disagrees with the opinions of the reviewer and with ABR's placement of the review in the 'In Brief' section of the magazine.
Donaldson discusses changes of perception in universities about the place and significance of biography writing. He introduces into his argument the thoughts of five 'antibiographers' or sceptics - Terry Eagleton, Virginia Woolfe, Lytton Strachey, Roland Barthes and Stefan Collini.