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|Title:||A body of work : the making of it|
|Series/Report no.:||Barr Smith discovery series ; 27 August 2009|
|Organisation:||Friends of the University of Adelaide Library|
University of Adelaide
|Abstract:||David Malouf’s new novel ’Ransom’ engages with enduring questions posed by the ancient Greeks, in particular with Homer’s ’Iliad’ and the relationships of King Priam and Achilles and of Hector and Patroclus. Malouf considers ’Ransom’ with reference to the development of his work as a whole, including the now classic titles ’An Imaginary Life’, ’Johnno’ and ’Remembering Babylon’, as well as the autobiographical ’12 Edmonstone Street’ and his short story collection ’Every Move you Make’.|
|Subject:||Malouf, David, 1934- . Ransom|
Malouf, David, 1934- Criticism and interpretation.
Authors, Australian 20th century.
|Description:||Title from container. MP3 data disc is alternative format, with same content as sound disc. "Barr Smith discovery series presented by the Friends of the University of Adelaide Library, Union Hall, 27 August 2009." Recorded at Union Hall, the University of Adelaide, 27 August 2009.|
|Appears in Collections:||Friends of the University of Adelaide Presentations|
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