Lachlan Kempson explores how Kassab's Australiana makes her audience attached to her beautiful writing style through her fragmented view of Australia.
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Unfortunately, Book Reviews Actually Matter
Debating the utility and function of book reviews—especially the reviews in The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian—is a near constant presence in the contemporary Australian publishing field. These debates typically centre around three distinct themes: reviewers should not review the books that their friends wrote; who is the reviewer writing for (is it … Continue reading Unfortunately, Book Reviews Actually Matter