July 2009


Magazine

July 2009

The corporate fallacy

Home truths

A matter of taste

Chinese whispers

Revolving doors

Brought to Booker

Tudor Style

The pretendies

Dirty work

The Monthly Essays

Why we weren’t warned

The Victorian bushfires and the royal commission

Home truths

Revisiting ‘Wake in Fright’


The Nation Reviewed


Arts & Letters

A matter of taste

The 53rd Venice Biennale

Chinese whispers

Zachary Mexico’s ‘China Underground’

Revolving doors

Robert G Kaiser’s ‘So Damn Much Money’

Brought to Booker

Man Booker International

Tudor Style

Hilary Mantel’s ‘Wolf Hall’

The pretendies

The art of the spoken interlude

Dirty work

Christine Jeffs’ ‘Sunshine Cleaning’



Noted


Encounters

Faith Bandler & Paul Robeson

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