Annual collection of essays from Australian writers selected by literary critic Peter Craven. Contributors and topics include Barry Oakley on the death of Captain Blood, Kate Jennings on the jocks of business, David Malouf on the significance of Anzac Day, Paul McGeogh on the aftermath of war in Iraq and Helen Garner on the ukelele. Other contributors include Jessica Anderson, Mark Davis, Catherine Ford, Paul Kelly, Robert Manne and Joyce Carol Oates. Includes original publication details for each essay and contributor notes.All writers - but especially poets, cursed by what Harold Bloom famously dubbed a#39; the Anxiety of Influencea#39; - are desperate to find new ways of writing that help to test or critique or ... Dad was renowned as one of the great footballers of all time.
|Title||:||The Best Australian Essays 2003|
|Publisher||:||Black Inc. - 2003|