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Book reviews by Gillian Dooley for The Adelaide Review.
'The Adelaide Review sees its function as providing insightful review and analysis of the issues, culture and lifestyle shaping Adelaide and South Australia; to be intelligent, informed, critical and independent; to be essential, objective and balanced; to have credibility and integrity'.
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ItemReview of 'Out of Time: The Vexed Life of Georg Tintner' by Tanya Buchdahl Tintner.(Adelaide Review, 2011-05)Review of 'Out of Time: The Vexed Life of Georg Tintner' by Tanya Buchdahl Tintner.
ItemReview of 'Counterpoint' by Anna Enquist(Adelaide Review, 2010-04)Review of Anna Enquist's novel, 'Counterpoint'.
ItemReview of 'Time's Long Ruin' by Stephen Orr.(Adelaide Review, 2010-03)Reviews of Stephen Orr's novel about the disappearance of the Beaumont children, 'Time's Long Ruin'.
ItemOne Voice(Adelaide Review, 2010-03)This month, hundreds of singers from all walks of life will come together to make history singing in Mahler’s 8th Symphony. Keen chorister Gillian Dooley gives us an inside view of the preparations that go into staging massed choral works.
ItemSummer Reading 2009/10(Adelaide Review, 2010-01)Review of 2009 Australian publications for summer reading.
ItemReview of 'The Lost Art of Sleep' by Michael McGirr(Adelaide Review, 2009-09)Review of 'The Lost Art of Sleep' by Michael McGirr.