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Frank Moorhouse AM (born 21 December 1938) is an Australian writer. The Americans, Baby: A Discontinuous Narrative of Stories and Fragments. Sydney, New South Wales: Angus & Robertson. He has won major Australian national prizes for the short story, the novel, the essay, and for script writing. His work has been published in the United Kingdom, France and the United States and also translated into German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Serbian, and Swedish.
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The Americans, Baby: A Discontinuous Narrative of Stories and Fragments. The book includes love letters written by Moorhouse's ex-wife, the journalist Wendy James, to him during her time as a student in Nowra
The Americans, Baby: A Discontinuous Narrative of Stories and Fragments. The book includes love letters written by Moorhouse's ex-wife, the journalist Wendy James, to him during her time as a student in Nowra.
A timeless collection of stories exploring physical and psychological boundaries, some tentatively and others with vigour. In The Americans, Baby the milieu is a Sydney under-40 population who, hoping that being earnest or outrageous will make them feel real, are left saturated with anxiety instead. An inherent resistance to American cultural intrusions and the risks that those from a great powerful land such as the US take when they meddle in another culture (they can be snared, seduced, destroyed) are explored with traditional Moorhouse flair and wit.
1972: Porno-politics: Frank Moorhouse's The Americans, Baby . his essay compares how Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds (1939) and Australian author Frank Moorhouse’s The Electrical Experience: A Discontinuous Narrative (1974) use beer and soft drink manufacture, respectively, as conceits both for literary production and for the production of ‘character’. led to confusion, disappointment, lost opportunities, and sometimes the outright rejection of important Australian authors and their books.
Frank Moorhouse (born 21 December 1938 in Nowra, New South Wales) . for Excellence in Journalism.
Frank Moorhouse (born 21 December 1938 in Nowra, New South Wales) is an Australian writer of short stories, screenplays and novels. During the 1960s, Moorhouse was associated with the Sydney Push - a progressive group of artists, writers and intellectuals. hort stories (or 'discontinuous narratives').
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