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The Penguin book of gay Australian writing

by Anthology, Graeme Aitken (Editor)

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Introduction by Graeme Aitken -- Robert Dessaix, from Corfu -- Kenneth 'Seaforth' MacKenzie from The Young Desire It -- Hal Porter, Francis Silver -- Patrick White, from The Letters od Patrick Whiter -- Jon Rose, from At the Cross -- John Lonie, from The Story of Harold Friday -- Sumner Locke Elliott, from Fairyland -- Jeffret Smart, from Not Quite Straight -- David Marr, Shame and Forgiveness -- Con Anemogiannis, from Medea's Children -- Nick Enright, Madeleine -- Wayne King, from Black Hours -- Dennis Altman, from Defying Gravity -- Peter Blazey, from Screw Loose -- Gary Dunne, Eating Cheesecake -- William Yang, Grafton -- David Malouf, Closer -- Peter Rose, White Telephone, and, Donatello in Wangaratta -- Richard Wherrett, from Desirelines -- Phillip Scott, Your First Time? -- Timothy Conigrave, from Holding the Man -- Christos Tsiolkas, from Loaded -- Neal Drinnan, from Pussy's Bow -- David M. Halperin, Out of Australia -- Critical Reflection by Michael Hurley.
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