Issue 27 — Spring 1997

Volume 7 | Number 1 | Issue 27 | Spring 1997Issue-27

 

Brian Easton: Why we are getting poverty wrong and what we need to do

Mac Jackson and Bill Oliver pick over the new Oxford anthology

Janet Wilson admires the latest Kidman

Nicholas Reid sanctifies Suzanne Aubert

Paul White prods gaps in our wine writing

Miles Fairburn on Tom Brooking’s Jock McKenzie

Diane Hebley on what’s good and not about sponsorship of kids’ books

Janet Hughes finds Swift in Ireland

Heather Murray admires the latest Anderson

Harvey McQueen on Andrew Johnston’s way with words

Bill Sewell on a legal match for Rutherford and Mansfield

Howard Warner finds signs of stirring violence

David Green on nineteenth-century women

Sarah Quigley Poem

Lauris Edmond Poem

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