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Book Reviews

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Jack Maggs (Peter Carey) (Reviewed by Carolyn Bliss, University of Utah)

The Glade within the Grove (David Foster) (Reviewed by Anne Pender, Australian Defence Force Academy)

The Conversations at Curlow Creek (David Malouf) (Reviewed by John Turner, Humboldt State University)

An Evening with the Messiah (Catherine Jinks) (Reviewed by Nancy Potter, University of Rhode Island)

The Multiple Effects of Rainshadow (Thea Astley) (Reviewed by Robert Ross, University of Texas at Austin)

Somewhere New: New and Selected Stories (Michael Wilding) (Reviewed by Richard Carr, University of Alaska-Fairbanks)

Collected Stories (Beverley Farmer) (Reviewed by Ray Willbanks, University of Memphis)

The Spirits are Willing (Joanne Campbell Black) and The Copper Crucible (Betty Collins) (Reviewed by Wendy Goulston, New York)

A Stranger Here (Gillian Bouras) and Listening for Small Sounds (Penelope Trevor) (Reviewed by Cleo Lloyd da Silva, Los Angeles)

Love Shack (Richard van Lieven) and Keep it Simple, Stupid (Peter Goldsworthy) (Reviewed by Peter G. Christensen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Kindling Does for Firewood (Richard King) (Reviewed by Catherine Miner, Boston)

Night Letters (Robert Dessaix) (Reviewed by Darren DeFrain, Western Michigan University)

Digging (Sara Dowse) (Reviewed by Mary-Robyn Adams, University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

The Beholder (Julian Davies) (Reviewed by Peter Wolfe, University of Missouri-St. Louis)

Olga Masters: Collected Stories (Olga Masters) (Reviewed by Olga Asal Connolly, Tallahassee Community College)

Pieces of Heaven in the South Seas (Nancy Phelan) (Reviewed by Nancy Potter, University of Rhode Island)

Fortune (Hilary Bell), Pacific Union (Alex Buzo) and Heretic (David Williamson) (Reviewed by Dennis Carroll, University of Hawaii at Manoa)

In One House (Adam Aitken) (Reviewed by J.A. Wainwright, Dalhousie University)

Selected Poems and The Life on Water and the Life Beneath (J.S. Harry) (Reviewed by Bruce Clunies Ross, University of Copenhagen)

Wild Life (David Curzon, Philip Hammial, Coral Hull and Stephen Oliver), If, Then (Peter Goldsworthy) and Penelope's Knees (Joanne Burns) (Reviewed by Michael Wiley, DePaul University)

How To Conceive of a Girl (Beth Spencer) (Reviewed by Felicity Plunkett, University of New England, Armidale)

Bruce Dawe (Peter Kuch) (Reviewed by Graeme Kinross-Smith, Deakin University)

Postcolonial Discourse and Changing Cultural Contexts: Theory and Criticism (Gita Rajan and Radhika Mohanram, eds.) (Reviewed by Michael Eldridge, Humboldt State University)

Nationalism vs. Internatinalism: (Inter)national Dimensions of Literatures in English (Wolfgang Zach and Ken L. Goodwin, eds.) (Reviewed by John Scheckter, Long Island University)

Claiming a Continent: A History of Australia (David Day) (Reviewed by Henry S. Albinski, Pennsylvania State University)

1788 (Watkin Tench) (Reviewed by Stephen Mines, Adelaide)

Mabo: The Native Title Legislation (M.A. Stephenson, ed.), Te Matatiki: Contemporary Maori Words (Maori Language Commission) and A Dictionary of Australian Coloquialisms (G.A. Wilkes) (Reviewed by Murray S. Martin, Windsor Locks)

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