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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... vol. 3 no. 7 August 2008 of The Australian Literary Review est. 2006 The Australian Literary Review
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* Contents derived from the 2008 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Grace Cossington Smith's Post-Impressionist Harbour Bridgei"Grace Cossington Smith, Grace Cossington Smith,", Clive James , 2008 single work poetry (p. 7)
Pleading Heart, Brian Matthews , 2008 single work review
— Review of Ever, Manning: Selected Correspondence of Manning Clark, 1938-1991 Manning Clark , 2008 selected work correspondence ;
(p. 8-9)
Remarkable Women of Influence, Ross Fitzgerald , 2008 single work review
— Review of Roma the First : A Biography of Dame Roma Mitchell Susan Magarey , Kerrie Round , 2007 single work biography ; Mary Thomas : Founding Mother : The Life and Times of a South Australian Pioneer Beth Duncan , 2007 single work biography ; Enid Lyons : Leading Lady to a Nation Anne Henderson , 2008 single work biography ;
(p. 10)
Paralysed by Postmodernism, Gavin Kitching , 2008 single work criticism (p. 12-13)
In Search of Western Civilisation's Lost Classics, Luke Slattery , 2008 single work essay
'The unique library of the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum, buried beneath lava by Vesuvius's eruption in AD79, is slowly revealing its long-held secrets.
(p. 16-17)
Fair Play Includes the Right to Fail, Julian Meyrick , 2008 single work criticism
In light of the publication of Hilary Glow's Power Plays : Australian Theatre and the Public Agenda, and Louis Nowra's review of that work, Julian Meyrick undertakes his own dissection of late twentieth and early twenty-first century Australian drama. In Meyrick's view, 'the challenge is to resurrect from the thin soil of recent experience the native growth of a new, intelligent Australian drama. For this the playwrights themselves must take responsibility.... Money is important, as are skill and hard grind. But the main virtue required is courage: courage to seek the right form for what must be said, and not leave off the search until that purpose has been achieved..'
(p. 22)
Road to Hell Runs Through Us, John Kinsella , 2008 extract prose (p. 24)
Memoi"Our electronic help die from overwork.", L. K. Holt , 2008 single work poetry (p. 25)
Note: Written as: L. K. Holt
Menisi"He arrives early morning on the front lawn,", L. K. Holt , 2008 single work poetry (p. 25)
Note: Written as: L. K. Holt
The Archeologisti"We uncovered a plate of blue metal,", Andrew Slattery , 2008 single work poetry (p. 25)

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