Issue 3, September 1996

Editor: Cassandra Pybus

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Target Article

Inga Clendinnen Fellow Sufferers: History and the Imagination
prizewinning historian Inga Clendinnen considers why philosopher Richard Rorty has omitted History from his catalogue of imaginative genres which sharpen and develop our moral capacities.


Ken Inglis reviews Tom Griffiths’s, Hunters and Collectors: The Antiquarian Imagination in Australia, an outstanding book which has so far won both the 1996 Victorian Premier’s Award for Non-fiction and the NSW Premier’s Award for Non-fiction.


Special Feature on David Malouf

David Malouf is Australia’s most distinguished novelist and the winner of the inaugural IMPAC Dublin Literary Award for his novel Remembering Babylon. He has just published a new novel, The Conversations at Curlow Creek, to great acclaim.

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