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Vale Barry Humphries

Anne Pender, University of Adelaide. Barry Humphries began his career as a Dadaist. His street performances around Melbourne in the early 1950s foreshadowed performance art in Australia. He was the most daring student prankster Melbourne University had ever known. Years… Continue Reading →

Horse by Australian born Pulitzer Prize winning Geraldine Brooks: A richly detailed examination of the violence of America’s past

Anne Pender, University of Adelaide. In a letter accompanying the advance copy of her latest novel, Pulitzer Prize winner Geraldine Brooks reveals the inspiration for Horse. The author was propelled into the research for this masterly work by a chance… Continue Reading →

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