September 2005


Magazine

September 2005

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She is somewhere

Moving experience

Normie’s father

The interpreter

Swingeing pom

Love Story

The Monthly Essays

The unknown story of Cornelia Rau

Often she cried. Sometimes she screamed. She begun at Baxter in what was called Blue Compound. She was quickly sent to Red One

Moving experience

The clergyman's wife, the Californian gun moll, the circus performer and the woman who keeps bashing her knee on the kitchen cupboard.

Trouble on the night shift

Rescue and remembrance in the creek beds of the desert


The Nation Reviewed


Arts & Letters

The interpreter

If alive, will play. Charles MacKarras and the quest for authenticity

Swingeing pom

Christopher Hitchens and the road to curmudgeonhood

Love Story

A vision of a world where adults and children are equals. ‘Motherhood’ by Anne Manne

The beautiful & the damned clunky

Laura Linney and Topher Grace in ‘P.S.’



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