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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 15-16 December 2007 of The Australian est. 1964 The Weekend Australian
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2007 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
If Only We'd Learn This, Stephen Loosley , single work column
Stephen Loosely selects his 2007 best books of history and politics. His list includes Australian and international works.
(p. 1-11) Section: Review
Moorhouse 'Blurs Line between Fact and Fiction' with Tales of Gay Sex, Deborah Hope , single work column
Deborah Hope's column carries comments from Frank Moorhouse and Michael Wilding in response to Moorhouse's claim that he and Wilding had a sexual relationship. Moorhouse affirms the claim; Wilding denies it.
(p. 3)
Note: ports (Frank Moorhouse and Michael Wilding)
Broadway Belter the Pick of the Crop, Kathy Hunt , single work column
Kathy Hunt selects her best biographies of 2007. Her list includes Australian and international works.
(p. 10) Section: Review
Savour These Provocative Pleasures, Rosemary Sorensen , single work column
Rosemary Sorensen selects her best fiction of 2007. Her list includes Australian and international works.
(p. 10) Section: Review
Tantalising Tales To Tempt Young Readers, Rosemary Neill , single work column
Rosemary Neill selects her best children's books of 2007. Her list includes Australian and international works.
(p. 10) Section: Review
Escape with Killer Thrillers, Graeme Blundell , single work column
Graeme Blundell selects his best crime writing of 2007. His list includes Australian and international works.
(p. 11) Section: Review
Sticky Business, Kate Holden , single work essay
Kate Holden discusses the 'sticky business' of reading and writing about sex.
(p. 12-13) Section: Review
Overflow, Rosemary Sorensen , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a comment on the inauguration of the Prime Minister's Literary Prize and a note about the withdrawl of state government funds to support Westerly.
(p. 13) Section: Review
A Didactic Tale of Domestic Darkness, Bronwyn Rivers , single work review
— Review of Broken Ilsa Evans , 2007 single work novel ;
(p. 14) Section: Review
The Doctor Who Turned to Crime, Graeme Blundell , single work column (p. 16-17) Section: Review
Poet Deploys Disjointed Rhythms and Harmonious Dissonances, Justin Clemens , single work review
— Review of The City of Empty Rooms Thomas Shapcott , 2006 selected work poetry ;
(p. 16-17) Section: Review
Mum and Dad Are Through, but It's No Great Drama, Richard King , single work review
— Review of Ocean Road Glyn Parry , 2007 single work novel ;
(p. 18-19) Section: Review

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Last amended 17 Dec 2007 12:01:06
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