In the century since the Gallipoli landing, Anzac Day has taken on a different tenor for each succeeding generation. Perceptively and evocatively, David Malouf traces the meaning of this 'one day' when Australians stop to reflect on endurance, service and the folly of war. He shows how what was once history has now passed into legend, and how we have found in Anzac Day 'a truly national occasion.'
Words, music, art and performance. The stuff of a satisfying life.
Who else, but a writer, is really able to interrogate the work of other writers?
A collection of personal essays and writing from David Malouf to celebrate his 80th birthday.
David Malouf's new collection comes to rest at the perfect, still moment of 'silence, following talk' after its exploration of memory, imagination and mortality.
New novel by the author of REMEMBERING BABYLON, shortlisted for the 1993 Booker Prize and the Irish Times Fiction Prize.
In a world become ever larger and more impersonal, Malouf finds happiness in an unlikely place. This is a book to savour and reflect upon by one of Australia's greatest novelists.
A revised edition of this seminal Malouf novel, now with an Afterword from the author.
Malouf's fable engraves the epic themes of the Trojan war onto a perfect miniature
Thirty-one epic stories from Australia's award-winning author David Malouf.
A brilliant collection by a great international writer - Malouf's range is dazzling and his canvas is the vast Australian continent, with unsettling glimpses of a world beyond.