The Great Fire 1,665 copies, 32 reviews
The Transit of Venus 995 copies, 20 reviews
The Bay of Noon 231 copies, 4 reviews
Greene on Capri 195 copies, 4 reviews
The Evening of the Holiday 114 copies, 3 reviews
People in Glass Houses 79 copies, 2 reviews
Cliffs of Fall and Other Stories 63 copies
The Ancient Shore: Dispatches from Naples 59 copies, 2 reviews
Countenance of Truth 18 copies
We Need Silence to Find Out What We Think: Selected Essays 16 copies, 1 review
Coming of age in Australia. 3 copies
Collected Stories 2 copies
O grande incendio 1 copy
The Conde Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys: Great Writers on… (Contributor) 193 copies, 5 reviews
Prize Stories 1988: The O. Henry Awards (Contributor) 29 copies, 1 review
Antaeus No. 75/76, Autumn 1994 - The Final Issue (Contributor) 27 copies
Italy: The Best Travel Writing from the New York Times (Contributor) 18 copies
The Leonard Lopate Show, Monday, November 17, 2003 at 0am
Woman's Hour, Friday, November 28, 2003 at 0am
Shirley Hazzard's new book The Great Fire, has been described as brilliant, hypnotic, sublime and the most interesting novel published this year.
It's a love story set just after the end of the Second World War and is drawn partly on Shirley's own experience as a sixteen year old working for British Intelligence in Hong Kong in the late forties.
Shirley Hazzard joins Martha Kearney to talk about love, war and winning the peace. (Shortride)
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