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Utterly Called For. "My Life As Me: A Memoir" by Barry Humphries. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2002-12)
Ten years after "More Please", prompted perhaps by his recent, belated triumphs in the USA, Humphries has dug deeper, irresistibly, into his cornucopian memory. Some readers may be perplexed by his traversal of the same ...
The Disappointed Man. "Shadow of Doubt: My Father and Myself" by Richard Freadman. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-12)
Richard Feadman's first work intended for a non-academic readership is, in his own words, ‘the Son’s Book of the Father’ and thus belongs to a venerable genre. Freadman, whose contribution to our understanding of autobiography ...
The Great Obituarist. "Art & Life" by Philip Jones. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2004-05)
This article is a review of "Art and Life", the memoir of Philip Jones.