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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 4-5 December 2004 of The Australian est. 1964 The Weekend Australian
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* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Language Superhighway, Shane Maloney , single work column (p. 2) Section: Review
Books of the Year, Helen Elliott , James Hall , Robin Wallace-Crabbe , Graeme Blundell , single work column
Very brief reviews of 2004 publications. Helen Elliott reviews general fiction titles, James Hall reviews non-fiction and Robin Wallace-Crabbe and Graeme Blundell review crime. A number of Australian titles are included in the list.
(p. 8-11) Section: Review
Sunshine Sectarians, Michael Sharkey , single work review
— Review of Spirit Wrestlers Thomas Shapcott , 2004 single work novel ;
(p. 13) Section: Review
Virtuoso Performance, Diana Simmonds , single work review
— Review of A Leader of His Craft : Theatre Reviews by H. G. Kippax H. G. Kippax , 2004 selected work review ;
(p. 14) Section: Review
The Inverted Worldi"the sky flies in the bird", Graham Catt , single work poetry (p. 14) Section: Review
From Bash to Brash, Jodie Minus , single work column
Jodie Minus selects her children's books of the year. The list includes some works by Australian writers.
(p. 15) Section: Review
The Lodgeri"Sometimes at night I smell toast", Kate Llewellyn , single work poetry (p. 15) Section: Review
Shadow Plays, Andrew Fraser , single work criticism

Fraser canvasses a range of politically and socially focussed plays inspired by life in Queensland.

(p. 16-17) Section: Review
Abroad Minded, Peter Conrad , extract criticism
Conrad believes that 'Australians abroad are pilgrims intent on losing their faith not confirming it. They delight in disproving Europe's sense of priority.' Hence, 'Australians are unlikely to be seduced by an old world they have not forgiven for abusing their ancestors.'
(p. 31)

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