Sylvia Lawson: Demanding the Impossible

Judith Armstrong

 

Demanding the Impossible: Seven Essays on Resistance
by Sylvia Lawson
Melbourne University Publishing, $32.99 pb, 192 pp, 9780522854855

 

Sylvia Lawson is an award-winning and highly respected essayist and film critic. Her subject matter, though generally Australian, is also concerned with our nearer neighbours and with the culture and politics of the world beyond. The theme of this new collection is resistance to oppression in seven parts of the world.

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Published in May 2012 no. 341
Judith Armstrong

Judith Armstrong

Judith Armstrong’s most recent book, War & Peace and Sonya, has just been republished in London by the Unicorn Press.

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