Letters to the Editor

John Ramsland

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Dear Editor,

In his review of Roger McDonald’s novel The Following, Don Anderson alludes to John Ford’s classic western The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) in criticising McDonald for getting the facts wrong (St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney is run by the Sisters of Charity, not the Sisters of Mercy). But Anderson gets two facts wrong himself when he cites the movie.

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Published in November 2013 no. 356

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