MP3: David Malouf on a lost Australian classic

23.11.2013

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David Malouf on a lost Australian classic MP3

David Malouf says that Kenneth Mackenzie's 1937 Australian novel The Young Desire It is "very nearly perfect, a hymn to youth, to life, to sexual freedom and more independence." Source: abc.net.au

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