Raimond Gaita on War and Justice
Clive James reviews The Best Australian Essays 2002
Ros Pesman reviews The Cambridge Companion to Travel Writing and Venus in Transit
Donna Merwick reviews Thomas Keneally's Lincoln
Don Anderson reviews John Scott's Warra Warra
John Murphy reviews Michael Pusey's The Experience of Middle Australia
Peter Mares reviews Chris Lydgate's Lee's Law and Ian Stewart's The Mahathir Legacy
Browsing No 251 - May, 2003 by Author "Bongiorno, Frank"
(Australian Book Review, 2003-05) Bongiorno, Frank
Geoffrey Blainey undoubtedly has star quality. He is the most famous living Australian historian in the country, although not out of it - that honour surely belongs to Robert Hughes. Morag Fraser comments in her contribution to this collection that he draws and holds media attention. As if to prove her point, while Bongiorno was writing this review the Blainey view on Volume One of Keith Windschuttle’s "The Fabrication of Aboriginal History" was reported in the press.