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20th century

  • Whale Yearsby Gregory O'Brien

    Auckland University Press 2015; US$ 15.99

    Gregory O?Brien is an award-winning writer, a painter, a literary critic, and an art curator. He is the author of several books, including Beauties of the Octagonal Pool , A Micronaut in the Wide World: The Imaginative Life and Times of Graham Percy , and Welcome to the South Seas and Back and Beyond . more...

  • Kid Stakesby Ray Lawler

    Currency Press 2015; US$ 18.99

    A joyful portrait of the summer of the first doll, in which a chance encounter brings Olive and Emma, Roo and Barney, into the shabby Carlton terrace to begin a seventeen year journey of seasonal love and argument. Kid Stakes introduces the fun-loving Nancy, who has left the scene by the seventeenth summer, adding a new poignancy to the story. more...

  • Other Timesby Ray Lawler

    Currency Press 2015; US$ 18.99

    Chronologically, Other Times is the middle play of Ray Lawler's Doll Trilogy. Set during the Second World War, in late winter, Barney and Roo are on leave from the army. This functions as the fulcrum of the three plays; it is a time in which the characters stop being kids and become adults. Middle age is looming and life is no longer just a game.... more...

  • Prayer After the Slaughterby Kurt Tucholsky; Peter Appelbaum; James Scott

    Berlinica Publishing LLC 2015; US$ 5.99

    Never before or after have the horrors of the "Great War," as World War I was known, been captured as they were by Kurt Tucholsky. The famed Weimar writer, who would become one of Germany?s best-known satirist and journalists, describes surviving in the trenches and fighting a losing battle, the arrogance of the officers and the desperation of the... more...

  • Performing Digitalby Professor David Carlin; Professor Laurene Vaughan; Professor Marilyn Deegan; Professor Lorna Hughes; Mr Harold Short; Professor Andrew Prescott

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 119.95

    Digital technologies have transformed archives in every area of their form and function, and as technologies mature so does their capacity to change our understanding and experience of material and performative cultural production. There has been an exponential explosion in the production and consumption of video online and yet there is a scarcity... more...

  • Smugglersby Ales Debeljak; Brian Henry

    BOA Editions Ltd. 2015; US$ 9.99

    Bilingual English and Slovenian poems examine the aftermath of post-Yugoslavia and the Balkan Wars, recalling vanished people and their country. more...

  • Telling the Story in the Middle Agesby Laurie Postlewate; Kathryn A. Duys; Elizabeth Emery

    Boydell & Brewer 2015; US$ 99.00

    New examinations of the role storytelling played in medieval life. more...

  • Motherby Daniel Keene

    Currency Press 2015; US$ 18.99

    Mother is a one-woman play that tells the story of Christie, a homeless woman in a world detached, unforgiving and destructive. It gives voice to the fallen and dispossessed, to those at the edge of safety, at the point of being undone. Utterly devastating, yet written with Daniel Keene’s characteristic lyricism, Mother is wrought with tenderness,... more...

  • The House on the Lakeby Aidan Fennessy

    Currency Press 2015; US$ 15.99

    A criminal lawyer with a cool head and a passion for logic, David wakes up to find himself confined to a small, sparsely furnished room, unable to remember what has happened the day before. With the help of his doctor, David begins to coax memories out of the darkness, before the details of a terrible secret emerge. Razor sharp and tourniquet tight,... more...

  • Radianceby Louis Nowra

    Currency Press 2015; US$ 17.99

    Radiance is an exuberant Black Sabbath for three great Indigenous dames. Cressy, Nora and Mae are half-sisters with little in common except the ghosts of their childhood. They gather in the tropical Queensland landscape for their Mum's funeral. These three sisters are a force of nature, and they haven't been in the same room for many, many... more...