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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2 April 2011 of The Age est. 1854 The Saturday Age
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* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'I've Been Sick, Nothing Else,' Says Yang I'll Return to China, Says Writer Who 'Disappeared', John Garnaut , single work column
Following widespread concerns for his well-being, Yang Hengjun explains that his 'missing' days in China were due to ill-health, not to being detained by government authorities. Dr Yang says he plans to continue his work for freedom and democratic change in China.
(p. 1, 11)
The Musician with a Lateral Tune to Play, Chris Johnston , single work review
— Review of 1001 Australian Nights : A Memoir Dave Graney , 2011 single work autobiography ;
(p. 29) Section: Life & Style
Leslie Cannold Resurrecting the Lost Sister, Jane Sullivan , single work biography (p. 30) Section: Life & Style
Note: port. (Leslie Cannold)
Fiction, Cameron Woodhead , single work review
— Review of The Secret Fate of Mary Watson Judy Johnson , 2011 single work novel ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Pick of the Week, Steven Carroll , single work review
— Review of Notebooks Betty Churcher , 2011 single work diary ;
(p. 32) Section: Life & Style
Love, Paris and a Few Moral Points, Lorien Kaye , single work review
— Review of Paris Dreaming Anita Heiss , 2011 single work novel ;
(p. 33) Section: Life & Style
Bookmarks, Jason Steger , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including a report on the appointment of Ben Ball as publishing director for Penguin General. Jason Steger also notes the advent of Australian Book Review's online edition, first published on 1 April 2011.
(p. 35) Section: Life & Style
Ciceronei"Now is the time for the crucial chandelier.", Peter Rose , single work poetry (p. 35) Section: Life & Style
A Day in the Life of a Sun-Sensitive Scribbler, Robert Drewe , single work column humour (p. 52) Section: Life & Style

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