August 2005


Magazine

August 2005

Comment

Sarah has an interview

No flowers

The true daughter

A dandy comes a cropper

Whiteboards and orangemen

Red rage in the brambles

The Monthly Essays

Deserve’s got nothing to do with it

Kim Beazley has been charming mall-goers. And getting angry. And developing a knack for snappy one-liners. Is it too late?

Drought essay: There’s mud in Manangatang

It’s raining at last in the bush, where there is no confidence, only hope.

No flowers

Boys don't cry, nor are they given over to soppy goodbyes


The Nation Reviewed


Arts & Letters

A dandy comes a cropper

It’s a very Australian thing to glorfy the rich, famous and dead. And yet Rene Rivkin was never really one of us, was he?

One in the Box. Twelve exposed men (and women).

‘Secrets of the Jury Room’ by Malcolm Knox

Heat & fright. A quiet weekend in Adelaide

Sarah Watt’s ‘Look Both Ways’

Whiteboards and orangemen

Slick meets ick in ‘House’

Red rage in the brambles

The strange and the strangely familiar lurk in ‘A River Ain't Too Much to Love’



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