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The Motherhood
The Motherhood Jamila Rizvi
Australia's favourite women share what they wish they'd known about life with a newborn, in this funny, moving collection edited by Jamila Rizvi
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The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC
The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC Hannah Arendt
Arendt's definitive work on totalitarianism, a surprise bestseller in 2017.
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The Book Of Tea
The Book Of Tea Kakuzo Okakura
This 1906 guide to the beauty of the tea ceremony is both a paean to the art of simplicity, and a wry critique of the West's view of Japan.
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The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage
The Thrilling Adventures Of Lovelace And Babbage Sydney Padua
Meet two of Victorian London's greatest geniuses . . . Ada Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron: mathematician, gambler, and proto-programmer, whose writings contained the first ever appearance of general computing theory. And Charles Babbage, eccentric inventor of the Difference Engine, an enormous clockwork calculating machine that would have been the first computer . . .
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The Upright Thinkers
The Upright Thinkers Leonard Mlodinow
At once authoritative and accessible, and infused with the author's trademark wit, this deeply insightful book is a stunning tribute to humanity's intellectual curiosity.
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Enemy
Enemy Ruth Clare
Weaving a striking personal narrative with a revelatory exploration of the effects of war, Enemy is a bold, compelling and ultimately triumphant memoir from a hugely impressive new Australian writer.
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Reading Lolita In Tehran
Reading Lolita In Tehran Azar Nafisi
Azar Nafisi's bestselling memoir is a moving, passionate testament to the transforming power of books, the magic of words and the search for beauty in life's darkest moments. 
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Concussion
Concussion Jeanne Marie Laskas
Taut and gorgeously told, this is the intensely personal story of one man's fight against a multibillion dollar colossus. A man who stood up for what was right, whatever the cost.
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In A Different Key
In A Different Key John Donvan, Caren Zucker
The astonishing story of autism as it has been discovered and felt by parents, children and doctors.
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The New Spymasters
The New Spymasters Stephen Grey
In The New Spymasters, the first real account of how modern espionage works, we follow riveting stories of dramatic missions and the larger-than-life characters who undertook them. These were moments when success - and ultimately life or death - depended on whether the right person was in the right place . . . at exactly the right time.
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Creative Schools
Creative Schools Ken Robinson, Lou Aronica
An inspiring book on how we can change our education system, from the bestselling author of The Element.
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The Shepherd's Life
The Shepherd's Life James Rebanks
In evocative and lucid prose, James Rebanks takes us through a shepherd's year, offering a unique account of rural life and a fundamental connection with the land that most of us have lost.
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How To Run A Government
How To Run A Government Michael Barber
Billions of citizens around the world are frustrated with their governments. Why is this? And what can we do about it? In this groundbreaking book Michael Barber draws on his wealth of international experience advising political leaders, to show how those in power can make good on their promises.
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The Lucky Country
The Lucky Country Donald Horne
When it was first published in 1964 The Lucky Country caused a sensation. Horne took Australian society to task for its philistinism, provincialism and dependence. 
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Up a Hollow Log
Up a Hollow Log R.M. Winn
In this third collection of true tales, animals rather than people take centre stage.
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What Would Gandhi Do?
What Would Gandhi Do? Michael Kirby
Adapted from Kirby's 2013 University of New South Wales Gandhi Oration, What Would Gandhi Do? shows how remarkably useful Gandhi's insights remain when confronting the world's challenges.
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A Country Too Far
A Country Too Far Tom Keneally, Rosie Scott
A tour de force of stunning fiction, memoir, poetry and essays. A Country Too Far is by turns thoughtful, fierce, evocative and lyrical, and always extraordinary powerful.
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Busted
Busted Keith Moor
Bestselling writer and organised-crime expert Keith Moor takes us behind the headlines of the world's biggest seizure of ecstasy to expose a sophisticated mafia network in Australia.
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Outback Cop
Outback Cop Evan McHugh, Neale McShane
'Birdsville, the land of plenty – plenty of heat, dust, flies, snakes, camels and salt of the earth outback folk.' Neale McShane
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The Path
The Path Michael Puett, Christine Gross-Loh
Sunday Times Top 10 title and International Bestseller: ancient Chinese philosophy for modern life from Harvard's most popular professor.
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