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Highlights include:

  • Beejay Silcox new essay, 'We are all MFAs now!'
  • Gideon Haigh on Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber
  • Barnaby Smith reviews On Patrick White by Christos Tsiolkas
  • Mark Baker reviews In Search of Israel: The history of an idea by Michael Brenner
  • Ryan O'Neill is our Open Page guest

ABR Online Exclusives

Lauren Rickards reviews 'Sunburnt Country: The history and future of climate change in Australia' by Joëlle Gergis

Lauren Rickards

Sunburnt Country is a fascinating, timely, uneven book. Consisting of forty-one short chapters, it is written by climate scientist Joëlle Gergis, who explores the matter of clima More

Marguerite Johnson reviews 'How to Die: An Ancient guide to the end of life' by Seneca, edited and translated by James S. Romm

Marguerite Johnson

Studies of the ancient Mediterranean are increasingly popular. Once a privilege of the élite, whose schools prepared predominantly male students for tertiary study of Greek and Latin, Cla More

Andres Rodriguez reviews 'Out of China: How the Chinese ended the era of Western domination' by Robert Bickers

Andres Rodriguez

Anger and indignation seem to dominate headlines around the world these days. Angry citizens are found in every corner rallying against social injustice and global warming. Angry politicia More

Ben Brooker reviews 'The Inner Life of Animals: Love, grief and compassion – surprising observations of a hidden world' by Peter Wohlleben, translated by Jane Billinghurst

Ben Brooker

In a 1974 paper, American philosopher Thomas Nagel famously wondered what it was like to be a bat. He concluded that we could never know what it was like to be a member of a different spec More

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