Issue 26 — Contents

Issue-26Volume 6 | Number 5 | Issue 26 | Winter 1997

 

Simon Upton: Making our cultures

Lydia Wevers tests Manhire’s safe, sidelong postmodernism

David Eggleton: Duff’s exaggerated but truthful prose

Paul Dyer: The economic revolution

Harry Ricketts on Kipling’s (non)-gayness

Diane Hebley selects the best books for kids

Tessa Barringer: three fine women tale-tellers

Janet Hughes scans two women’s first novels

Jane Stafford scans two women poets

Bill Sewell on Chris Orsman’s Antarctic journey

Ruth Butterworth’s sisters and clever girls

Heather Murray on du Fresne’s Viking journey

Gary Hawke on a theory of state sector reforms

Alistair Fox finds rosy postcolonial overtones

John Thomson appeals for public radio

Bernard Carpinter on a fine thriller

Colin James (not) in a spin; three youngsters and a dog

Michael Harlow Poem

Ingrid Horrocks Poem

Bernadette Hall Poem:

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