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Recordings - the Template of Great Literature on audio CD
 
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Live recordings of Jane Mackay's talks and lectures available on CD - approximately 1 hour in length.
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 White, Patrick 'Voss'.
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1008
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Patrick White's massive novel of Australian geographical exploration in the 19th C. A study in depth of courage, love, betrayal and violent death...suddenly Australia actually begins to exist as a nation!
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Wilde'sThe Importance of Being Ernest
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1053a
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Oscar Wilde's most famous play and the one most loved by amateur and professional actors alike. First produced in the year of Wilde's arrest, it contains many of the themes which fascinated him...especially that of the double life.
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Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse
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1030
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1927…and an utter rejection of Victorian and Edwardian literary values. A simple depiction of a family holiday? Infinitely more!
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Virginia Woolf: 'Orlando'.
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1030a
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Woolf's strangest work. It is her exploration of the androgyny which she longed for and which would, she hoped, free her as a creative writer from the terrible inhibitions of the need to be the 'Angel in the House'.
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Emile Zola - Nana
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1031
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Sex and syphilis, prostitution and corruption, gambling and self-destruction! Why should we read Zola’s novel about the decadent Second Empire?
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