Inga Clendinnen

Inga Clendinnen
Inga Clendinnen is an academic, historian and writer. Her book Reading the Holocaust was judged Best Book of the Year by the New York Times in 1999.



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A Federer game

Society

JM Coetzee’s ‘Summertime’

The good soldier

Society

WEH Stanner & ‘An Appreciation of Difference’

Only look, only see

arts

David Malouf’s ‘On Experience’

Lost in the woods

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Norman Mailer’s ‘The Castle in the Forest’

‘Beyond Black’ by Hilary Mantel

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Alison is a professional psychic working a cluster of grim towns on the fringe of London. She is a woman of “unfeasible size” but onstage, in her draperies, sporting her lucky opals, she transforms into a woman of confidence, presence and charm. While …

Brown skin black hearts. Two trail-spotting postcards from two different Australias

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‘Kayang & Me’ by Kim Scott and Hazel Brown; ‘Balanda’ by Mary Ellen Jordan