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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 7-8 May 2011 of The Sydney Morning Herald est. 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
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* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Crime Does Pay - Just More in Euros Than Aussie Dollars, Catherine Keenan , single work column (p. 7)
Note: illus.
Living with a Death Penalty, Chris Johnston , single work column (p. 8) Section: News Review
Extravagant Family Entertainment in This Nanny State, Jason Blake , single work review
— Review of Mary Poppins Julian Fellowes , 2004 single work musical theatre ;
(p. 13)
Long Life of a Throwaway Tweet, John Huxley , single work column
John Huxley reports on the fall-out from Larissa Behrendt's tweet regarding Bess Nungarrayi Price, the chairwoman of the Norther Territory's Indigenous Affairs Advisory Council.
(p. 13) Section: News Review
Note: port. (Larissa Behrendt)
Riding a Comic Wave, Ruth Ritchie , single work column (p. 16) Section: Spectrum
Note: illus.
Untitledi"Where were you when you heard the news", Michael Leunig , single work poetry (p. 21) Section: News Review
Note: illus.
Undercover, Marc McEvoy , single work column
A column canvassing current literary news including brief reports on the 2011 Blake Dawson Prize for Business Literature (won by Paul Barry for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire), the Children's Book Council of Australia Awards shortlists and the 2011 Calibre Prize winners. Marc McEvoy also notes Anita Heiss's list of 100 'must read' books by Indigenous authors.
(p. 29) Section: Spectrum
Restless Scientific Soul Whose Life Was as Strange as His Fiction, Beverley Kingston , single work review
— Review of The Imago : E. L. Grant Watson and Australia Suzanne Falkiner , 2011 single work biography ;
(p. 30-31) Section: Spectrum
Old Story Gets a Bold New Heroine, Stephanie Dowrick , single work review
— Review of The Book of Rachael Leslie Cannold , 2011 single work novel ;
(p. 31) Section: Spectrum
Meet the Last of an Inspiring Lot, Daphne Guinness , single work review
— Review of Trailblazers : Caroline Chisholm To Quentin Bryce Susanna De Vries , 2011 single work biography ;
(p. 33) Section: Spectrum
Pick of the Week, Bruce Elder , single work review
— Review of Boat People : Personal Stories from the Vietnamese Exodus 1975 - 1996 2010 anthology autobiography correspondence diary ;
(p. 33) Section: Spectrum

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