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Sir Henry Parkes: The Australian Colossus
Sir Henry Parkes: The Australian Colossus Stephen Dando-Collins
Sir Henry Parkes: Father of Federation, Premier of NSW, Statesman, Visionary, Political Leader, Poet, Humanist
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The Truth About French Women
The Truth About French Women Marie Le Moel
The Truth About French Women shows us that French women really are fascinating, but not for the reasons you think.
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True Grit: Revised and Updated
True Grit: Revised and Updated Les Carlyon
Four decades of tales from the turf from Australia's leading writer on history and horses, Les Carlyon.
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Dreaming Too Loud
Dreaming Too Loud Geoffrey Robertson
An incisive and witty collection of Geoffrey Robertson's best writing
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A First Place
A First Place David Malouf
A collection of personal essays and writing from David Malouf to celebrate his 80th birthday.
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The Writing Life
The Writing Life David Malouf
Who else, but a writer, is really able to interrogate the work of other writers?
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Worst Words
Worst Words Don Watson
Don Watson - with his trademark wit and wisdom - says enough already! The English language is complex and evolving, and can win minds, hearts and nations. Why don't we try using it?
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The A to Z of Modern Manners
The A to Z of Modern Manners David Meagher
Some clear guidelines to navigate a rapidly changing world.
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Sick in the Head
Sick in the Head Judd Apatow
Intimate, hilarious conversations with the biggest names in comedy – including Mel Brooks, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Roseanne, Harold Ramis, Louis C.K., Chris Rock, and Lena Dunham.
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The Simple Act of Reading
The Simple Act of Reading Debra Adelaide
For it is in the simple act of reading where the living and the dead, the real and the imagined, meet. It is in the simple act of reading where we exercise those two most sacred of human vocations: compassion and creativity. For as we know, without either of these primes there is no possibility for a humanity present or past worth talking about. Junot Diaz
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An Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians?
An Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians? Geoffrey Robertson
The most controversial issue still arising from the First World War – was there an Armenian Genocide?
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Being There
Being There David Malouf
Words, music, art and performance. The stuff of a satisfying life.
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Rosetta
Rosetta Alexandra Joel
The scandalous Australian woman who enchanted British society
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Notes on an Exodus
Notes on an Exodus Richard Flanagan, Ben Quilty
Notes on the exodus of refugees from Syria, by Man Booker Prize winner Richard Flanagan. With illustrations from Archibald Prize winner Ben Quilty.
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Beyond Veiled Clichés
Beyond Veiled Clichés Amal Awad
Amal Awad spoke with women in the Arab world and Arab Australian women to discover what their lives are really like. The breadth, variety and beauty of what she discovered will surprise you.
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No Place to Lay One's Head
No Place to Lay One's Head Francoise Frenkel
An extraordinary story of one woman's attempt to survive the horrors of Vichy France.
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There It Is Again
There It Is Again Don Watson
From birds, to love letters, imagined apologies, mind-numbing management-speak, Oscar Wilde, Anzac Day, strange people and racehorses, in this collection of his writing Don Watson brings his distinctive voice and way of seeing to a host of deserving subjects.
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Patrick White
Patrick White David Marr
Now with a brand new Afterward.
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Three Famines
Three Famines Tom Keneally
A standout history told with Tom Keneally panache.
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And What Do You Do, Mr Gable?
And What Do You Do, Mr Gable? Richard Flanagan
From the winner of the Man Booker Prize. The collected short pieces of nonfiction from one of Australia’s best novelists.
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How to Get There
How to Get There Maggie MacKellar
After Maggie Mackellar's acclaimed When It Rains, her second memoir traces with her characteristic candour and perception her move to Tasmania, for love, and the struggles and joys of settling there.
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The End
The End Bianca Nogrady
A fascinating exploration of the universal human experience of death.
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Bendable Learnings
Bendable Learnings Don Watson
Moving forward from DEATH SENTENCE and WEASEL WORDS with an enhanced world class third volume in this series - a benchmark in terms of funny word books.
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