Browsing Primary Research Resources by Subject "Nathan Hollier"
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(Australian Book Review, 2003-12)This item contains miscellaneous pieces from this issue.
Hardy Times. "Frank Hardy and the Literature of Commitment" by Paul Adams and Christopher Lee (eds) [review] (Australian Book Review, 2003-12)Because Hardy's work is largely out of print, this collection seems premature. Though Vulgar Press has recently republished Jean Devanny’s "Sugar Heaven" (1936) and Dorothy Hewett’s "Bobbin Up"(1959), it remains to be seen ...
No Promises. "A Perilous and Fighting Life: From Communist to Conservative: The Political Writings of Professor John Anderson" by Mark Weblin (ed) [review] (Australian Book Review, 2003-11)As part of his ongoing attempt to resurrect Anderson, Mark Weblin, the John Anderson Research Fellow, has collated, edited and provided a useful introduction to Anderson’s political writings. The volume, as a whole, raises ...
Waves of Indifference. "Sending them Home: Refugees and the New Politics of Indifference (Quarterly Essay 13)" by Robert Manne (with David Corlett). [review] (Australian Book Review, 2004-04)Some time before the sun set on the British empire, ‘British justice’ took on an ironic meaning. In the colonies, we knew it was a charade, like that doled out to ‘Breaker’ Morant during the Boer War. The dice are loaded ...