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Laurie Hergenhan takes issue with Kerryn Goldsworthy's review of Jill Roe's biography Stella Miles Franklin. Hergenhan contends that, while Goldsworthy found fault with Roe's 'exhaustive research', the depth of detail is one of the book's finest qualities.
Kerryn Goldsworthy responds to Laurie Hergenhan's comments on her review of Jill Roe's biography Stella Miles Franklin. Goldsworthy contends that Hergenhan misrepresents the thrust of the original review.
Martin Duwell apologises for ascribing the death of Michael Brennan's brother to suicide. Duwell's interpretation of a Brennan poem, recorded in his review of Brennan's Unanimous Night, was mistaken. (ABR's editor joins Duwell in his apology.)