May 2003, no. 251

May 2003, no. 251

Welcome to the May 2003 issue of Australian Book Review.

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Full Contents

Fiction

The Mindless Ferocity of Sharks by Brett D’Arcy

Fiction

Warra Warra: A ghost story by John Scott

Fiction

The Hamilton Case by Michelle de Kretser

Essays

The Best Australian Essays 2002 edited by Peter Craven

Biography

Lincoln by Thomas Keneally

Fiction

Shanghai Dancing by Brian Castro

Philosophy

Sympathy: A philosophical analysis by Craig Taylor

Fiction

The Snow Queen by Mardi McConnochie

Biography

The Rush that Never Ended by Geoffrey Blainey & The Fuss that Never Ended edited by Deborah Gare et al.

Anthologies

Who’s Who in Twentieth-Century World Poetry edited by Mark Willhardt and Alan Michael Parker

Politics

Implicating Empire: Globalization and resistance in the 21st century world order edited by Stanley Aronowitz and Heather Gautney

Religion

Islam in Australia by Abdullah Saeed

Poetry

Lost in the Foreground by Stephen Edgar

Politics

Ministers, Mandarins and Diplomats: Australian foreign policy making 1941–1969 by Joan Beaumont, Christopher Waters, and David Lowe, with Garry Woodard

Law

Penal Populism and Public Opinion: Lessons from five countries by Julian V. Roberts, Loretta J. Stalans, David Indemaur, and Mike Hough