'I', an essay by Helen Garner, in MEANJIN Volume 61, Number 1 (On Biography), edited

By: Ian Britain

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Meanjin, Carlton, Melbourne, Australia - AU ISSN0025-6293, 2002. softcover, 6" x 9¼", with card covers. Book in VERY GOOD condition. In her essay on the different persona a writer must adopt in each successive work, Helen Garner confesses and explains (3½ pages). IN THE SAME ISSUE: Art historian Bernard Smith goes in search of his Irish roots (14 pages) AND John Gregory uncovers a rich new source for understanding Howard Arkley's art (10 pages, illustrated ). PLUS Chris Wallace-Crabbe recalls his childhood summers at Black Rock (12 pages). With Reviews, Comment, Essays, Fiction, and Poetry.

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