aTurn the page and hear the voices within ...aaRamona Koval The Best Australian Essays 2011 offers up bliss and illumination in equal measure a from the pleasures of the flesh to the events that convulsed the world in a year of change. Paul Kelly meditates on Frank Sinatra, and Robert Manne excavates the past and thoughts of Julian Assange. Inga Clendinnen dreams on cricket memories, and Anna Krien delves into the saga of the St Kilda schoolgirl. There is Peter Robb on Italian food, Anthony Lane on News of the World, Gail Bell on rats and Richard Flanagan on photography. This is a collection with something for everyone that never wavers in its quality. Contributors include: Gillian Mears, David Malouf, Nicolas Rothwell, Robert Manne, Anthony Lane, M.J. Hyland, Craig Sherborne, Anna Krien, Inga Clendinnen, Gail Bell, Helen Elliott, Morris Lurie, Maria Tumarkin, Andrew Sant, Shakira Hussein, Lian Hearn, Amanda Lohrey, Paul Kelly, Peter Robb, Clive James, Delia Falconer, Richard Flanagan and Andrew OaHagan.At most, I felt a bit forlorn. ... Ia#39;d surely have conceived then that my mind would start racing, as fast as the ring, towards upset, distress. ... Who was this person, six decades alive, endeavouring to be commonly wise, a representative believer in self-examination, for myself and ... I assume my father began to wear the ring, also on his left index finger, in 1953, the year his father died. I think he admired him.
|Title||:||The Best Australian Essays 2011|
|Publisher||:||Black Inc. - 2011-11-02|