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Book Reviews


Out of Ireland (Christopher Koch) (Reviewed by Hilary Harris, Palomar College)

Watersky (Terry Whitebeach) and Going Ireland (Pat Jacobs) (Reviewed by Cleo Lloyd da Silva, Los Angeles)

Poe's Cat (Brenda Walker) (Reviewed by Lars Ahlstrom, Stockholm Sweden)

The Shifting Shore (Ian Reid) (Reviewed by Michael Wiley, University of North Florida)

Wicked Heat (Kevin Hart) and Invisible Riders (Peter Steele) (Reviewed by Tom Bishop, Case Western Reserve University)

Different Hands (John Tranter) and Empty Texas (Peter Minter) (Reviewed by Bev Braune, Syndey)

Unmanned (Stephen Oliver) (Reviewed by Werner Senn, University of Berne)

Benang: From the Heart (Kim Scott) and Night Song and Other Poems (John Muk Muk Burke (Reviewed by Marilyn Strelau, Simsbury School)

The Shark Net: Memories and Murder (Robert Drewe) (Reviewed by Frank Parigi, Berkeley, California)

Wrestling With The Angel: A Life of Janet Frame (Michael King) (Reviewed by Nancy Potter, University of Rhode Island)

Jock: A Life Story of John Shaw (Cliff Hanna) (Reviewed by Herbert Jaffa, New York University)

Stravinsky's Lunch (Drusilla Modjeska) (Reviewed by Robert Buffi, Madrid)

Strange Constellations: A History of Australian Science Fiction (Russel Blackford, Van Ilkin, and Sean McMullen) (Reviewed by Joan Gordon, Nassau Community College)

The Double Looking Glass: New and Classic Essays on the Poetry of A.D. Hope (David Brooks, ed.) (Reviewed by Robert Darling, Keuka College)

Investigations in Australian Literature (Ken Stewart) (Reviewed by Robert Zeller, Southeast Missouri State University)

Fighting Words: Writing about Race (Raymond Evans) and Reconciliation: Searching for Australia's Soul (Norman C. Habel) (Reviewed by Maria Visconti, Syndey)

The Imaginary Australian: Anglo-Celts and Identity - 1788 to the Present (Miriam Dixson) (Reviewed by Marty Wechselblatt, University of Cincinnati)

In a Sunburned Country (Bill Bryson) (Reviewed by Robert Zeller, Southeast Missouri State University)

Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction: An Anthology (Robert Ross, ed.) (Reviewed by Andrea Lutz, University of Tubingen, Germany)

Along These Lines: From Trowenna to Tasmania (C.A. Cranston, ed.) (Reviewed by Robert Zeller, Southeast Missouri State University)

When London Calls (Stephen Alomes) (Reviewed by Mark Klemens, Case Western Reserve University)