What makes a person useful? What gives them worth and value in the world? And who gets to decide? These are some of the questions Debra Oswald explores in Useful, a novel set in suburban Sydney.
Naama Amram reviews 'Useful' by Debra Oswald
by Debra Oswald
Viking, $32.99 pb, 316 pp, 9780670077823
Naama Grey-Smith is a publisher at Fremantle Press. She has edited award-winning fiction and non-fiction, and was among the initiators...
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