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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... vol. 4 no. 2 March 2009 of The Australian Literary Review est. 2006 The Australian Literary Review
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* Contents derived from the 2009 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Men and Gods Behaving Badly, David Malouf , single work essay
David Malouf draws comparisons between the war-torn world of Homer's The Iliad and the violence of the modern world.
(p. 3-4)
A Charter We Can Believe In, Geoffrey Robertson , single work prose
In 2009, Geoffrey Robertson published The Statute of Liberty: How Australians Can Take Back Their Rights. In this article, Robertson provides the text of a draft 'statute of liberty' that Australians might consider.
(p. 9, 18)
Proof That Principle and Politics Can Mix, Ross Fitzgerald , single work review
— Review of Father of the House : The Memoirs of Kim E. Beazley Kim E. Beazley , 2009 single work autobiography ;
(p. 13)
Silence Shattered with a Whisper to the Heart, Mark McKenna , single work biography (p. 14-16)
Note: port. (Henry Reynolds)
The Crimes of Careless People, Agnes Nieuwenhuizen , single work criticism (p. 20-21, 25)
Lugano, Colin Oehring , single work short story (p. 21)
Subterranean Echoes, Catherine Ford , single work review
— Review of The Book of Emmett Deborah Forster , 2009 single work novel ; The Virtuoso Sonia Orchard , 2009 single work novel ; Things We Didn't See Coming Steven Amsterdam , 2009 selected work short story ;
(p. 22)
Oh, Sydneyi"What does autumn tell us", Jill Jones , single work poetry (p. 23)
Pianola Hoursi"A pianola was perfection for a boy", Peter Porter , single work poetry (p. 23)
Three Sisters Stilli"I saw you on the stage, Old Vic in London", Paul Sherman , single work poetry (p. 23)
You Must Remember This, It Rhymes with Kiss, Jaya Savige , single work review
— Review of 100 Australian Poems You Need to Know 2008 anthology poetry ; The Penguin Anthology of Australian Poetry 2009 anthology poetry ;
(p. 24-25)
Frankly Speaking, Noeline Kyle , single work correspondence (p. 26)
Untitled, Gillian Gonzalez , Jerome Gonzalez , single work correspondence (p. 26)
Untitled, Robert Murray , single work correspondence (p. 26)
Untitled, Doug Wormald , single work correspondence (p. 26)
Buckley's Chance, Bruce Dawe , single work correspondence (p. 26)
Untitled, Ken Moore , single work correspondence
Ken Moore wishes that Chris Wallace-Crabbe 'did not use that word, oxter'. Moore doubts that the use of such words 'does anything to reinvigorate poetry with a mass readership'.
(p. 26)

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