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[Diaspora and poetry]

Autor Ramona Koval
Vydavatel: [Sydney, NSW : Australian Broadcasting Commission], 2001.
Edice: ABC radio tapes.; Books and writing.
Vydání/formát:   audiobook_cassette : Cassette recording : English
Databáze:WorldCat
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Two perspectives on the migrant experience. Arnold Zable talks about his new book Cafe Sheherazade, which is based on the iconic cafe in Melbourne's St Kilda. Novelist Tim Parks ponders the fact that after 20 years in Italy, he will always be an Englishman. Geoff Page reviews two new poetry books (Invisible tattooos by Lauren Williams and White stucco dreaming by Sam Wagan Watson). -- from website summary.
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Osoba: Arnold Zable; Tim Parks
Typ materiálu: Non-musical recording
Typ dokumentu: Sound Recording
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Ramona Koval
OCLC číslo: 223039393
Poznámky: Originally broadcast on ABC Radio National 16th March 2001.
Titulky: Presenter: Ramona Koval ; producer: Suzanne Donisthorpe.
Obsazení: Arnold Zable, Tim Parks, Geoff Page.
Popis: 1 compact disc (ca. 46 min.) : digital.
Název edice: ABC radio tapes.; Books and writing.

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Two perspectives on the migrant experience. Arnold Zable talks about his new book Cafe Sheherazade, which is based on the iconic cafe in Melbourne's St Kilda. Novelist Tim Parks ponders the fact that after 20 years in Italy, he will always be an Englishman. Geoff Page reviews two new poetry books (Invisible tattooos by Lauren Williams and White stucco dreaming by Sam Wagan Watson). -- from website summary.

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