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American Classic: Catch 22. Source: abc.net.au
Juliana Engberg, the artistic director of the 19th Sydney Biennale, reveals her vision for next year's festival.
Australian author David Brooks selects the books that have helped form him as a writer for our Top Shelf segment.
Ireland celebrates Samuel Beckett. A new war novel: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. MTC screwball comedy His Girl Friday.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia cancels MoMA deal. Warwick Thornton's The Darkside. William McInnes and The Birdwatcher .
British comedian and writer Ben Elton has a new novel loosely based on his family history. It's set in the lead-up to World War 2 but Ben says it is not a holocaust novel.
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