Wednesday, July 10, 2013

"mordant, malicious and often very funny" (Sydney Morning Herald)

"In the Memorial Room triumphs as a pungent analysis of the manufacture of fame, a satire of the discontented, a poignant account of the loneliness of every writer and of Harry Gill in particular."

This superb review by Peter Pierce (editor of The Cambridge History of Australian Literature) was published on Saturday 6th July 2013 in the Sydney Morning Herald and also appeared in other Australian newspapers in the Fairfax stable, including Melbourne's The Age and the Brisbane Times.

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Frame's controversial ending to the book is here described as "a brilliant cadenza".

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