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Title: Two Stylists. "Homage to John Forbes", by Ken Bolton (ed.) and "David Malouf: A Celebration", by Ivor Indyk (ed.). [review]
Authors: McCooey, David
Keywords: Book review
Literary criticism
Issue Date: Jun-2002
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: McCooey, David 2002. Two Stylists. Review of "Homage to John Forbes" by Ken Bolton (ed.) and "David Malouf: A Celebration" by Ivor Indyk (ed.). 'Australian Book Review', No 242, June/July, 44-45.
Series/Report no.: No 242
Abstract: Literary reputation, especially the posthumous kind, is a deliquescent thing. If it’s not going to melt away, then work is needed from friends and publishers, even critics. Forbes, while not exactly ignored in his lifetime, didn’t get his due. "Homage to John Forbes", published as a companion volume to last year’s "Collected Poems" (reviewed in ABR, September 2001), shows friends, publishers and critics making up for this neglect. "David Malouf: A Celebration" is the latest in the ‘Celebrations’ produced by the Friends of the National Library of Australia. These are short and smartly produced. Not surprisingly, this example is less critical and more circumspect than "Homage to John Forbes", but the five contributors cover disparate aspects of Malouf’s varied, and immensely successful, career.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1807
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 242 - June / July 2002

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