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When Australian Book Review editor Peter Rose was considering the creation of the magazine's first laureate, he didn't spend too long looking for the right person to be honoured. ''The idea is to highlight the work of our greatest writers,'' Rose said, ''and as he marks his 80th birthday this year, it seemed obvious to honour David Malouf's many achievements.''

See article in its original context by Andrew Fuhrmann for the Australian Book Review.

Australian Book Review, as you may well know, is a monthly magazine featuring lengthy, considered book reviews plus poetry and essays (and soon fiction). It is 50 years old this year. Today they’re launching their , which is an enhanced version of the magazine accessible to subscribers.

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As usual, Australian book reviews of this novel on the web are few and far between. The best of the ones available is by Lisa Gorton in .