A cultural, scientific and historical account of shit: a Midas Dekkers book extract
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Walter Isaacson’s new biography is a study of crippling perfection and obsessive observation
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‘A Long Way from Home’ takes on new relevance following debate about Australia Day
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Last week abounds in examples of double standards
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From Julian Barnes to Hannah Kent, authors on the role music plays in their writing
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Margot Robbie brings the nuance, while director Craig Gillespie plays it for laughs
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Punters may be disappointed by what it uncovers
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Image from ‘Molly’s Game’
The screenwriter leaves nothing unexplained in his directorial debut
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An image from Mofo 2018
A particularly genteel and suitably confusing festival
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Image of James Turrell's 'Beside Myself'
The Hobart museum’s new wing will mess with your senses, in the most wonderful way
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Australia Day honours are at odds with our democratic ideals
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Australia’s republican past and future: a Benjamin T. Jones book extract
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The Horse Trotted Another Couple of Metres, Then It Stopped
The German artist transforms Carriageworks
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Still from The Commuter
Having conquered planes and automobiles, Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra move the action to trains
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Image of The xx
The British band bring their intimate sound to an expansive venue
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John Alexander’s victory has instilled Malcolm Turnbull with some fighting spirit
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