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  • So Brightly at the Last: Clive James and the Passion for Poetry

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  • Heaven

    They say what happens in heaven also happens on earth, and vice-versa, and so on earth as it is in heaven and so forth, for as much as we often like to paraphrase in saying, that such above is also such below, and so below is also such above, as do we often recognise along with real worldly events, that as we try to distinguish whether it is life that imitates art, or indeed, whether it is art ... Read more


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  • Clive: Working for the Man in the Age of Vinyl

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  • H Nl S Xvi

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  • The Lost Diary of Christopher Columbus’s Lookout

    The eleventh Lost Diary detailing Columbus’ first voyage across the Atlantic and his historic landing in the ‘New World’. As told by Luc Landahoya who tries to work out where he’s going.The diary tells the story within a 12-month span from Spring 1492 when Columbus got the official go-ahead from Ferdinand and Isabella, to the Spring of 1493 when he returned in triumph following his ‘discovery’ of ... Read more


  • Dare to Be Holy in This Secular Age

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    Dare To Be Holy reflects Clive Brook’s many cultural experiences.Born at Nagambie in Victoria in 1937, Clive grew up on a sheep farm. He has worked with sheep, and in retail in Shepparton, also in an office in Melbourne. He was trained for the ordained ministry by the Society of the Sacred Mission, an Anglican Monastery. He served in Gympie, Roma, Wondai, Noosa, and West Bundaberg in the Diocese ... Read more