By Frank Moorhouse
All things pass. Sex, love, relationships or is that just folk fatalism?
'Twenty-year-olds were too much.' Roger had to remind himself again of the different roles a man had to play - mentor, priest, psychiatrist - when one got involved with a younger woman.
From the collection of interlinked stories Futility and Other Animals, The Story of the Knife, in Frank Moorhouse's inimitable way, explores how much we ourselves believe what we say and what we do.
With a bonus free chapter from Dark Palace, Moorhouse's Miles Franklin Award-winning novel.
March 1, 2013
Random House Australia
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