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'Pioneering expatriate writer and peerless war correspondent Alan Moorhead helped to bring Australia closer to the centre of global affairs.' (Editor's headline in Australian Literary Review)

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    y separately published work icon Cultural Amnesia : Necessary Memories from History and the Arts Clive James (editor), New York (City) : W. W. Norton , 2007 Z1365281 2007 anthology essay prose extract

    'An almanac combining a comprehensive survey of modern culture with an annotated index of who-was-who and what-was-what, Cultural Amnesia is Clive's unique take on the places and the faces that shaped the 20th-century. From Charles de Gaulle to Thomas Mann, from Hitler to Wittgenstein, from Argentina to Australia, this varied and unfailingly absorbing book is both story and history, both public memoir and personal record – and provides an essential field-guide to the vast movements of taste, intellect, politics and delusion that helped to prepare the times we live in now.' (Publication summary) 

    New York (City) : W. W. Norton , 2007
    pg. 515-523
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    y separately published work icon The Australian Literary Review ALR vol. 2 no. 3 April 2007 Z1371671 2007 periodical issue 2007 pg. 18-19
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