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A Blander Shade of Grey. "Seven Types of Ambiguity" by Elliot Perlman [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-11)
We now seem to be producing large-scale, popular books that are not in themselves literary fiction, though they aspire to be and represent the efforts of people who care about literature. If you accept "Seven Types" as an ...
Watercolour Memories. "A Pavane for Another Time" by Bernard Smith. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2002-11)
It's a Proustian title, or at any rate a Powellian one, that Bernard Smith has produced for this memoir of his life in the long-ago 1940s, and, yes, there on the cover is Anthony Powell's hero, Poussin. That's doubly ...