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Sydney Morning Herald


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John Fairfax, who bought control of the Sydney Herald in 1841, beginning his family’s 149-year long control of the paper he later renamed The Sydney Morning Herald.1

  1. History of The Sydney Morning Herald 

Writer Coverage(s)

Feminism in the spotlight as Indonesia celebrates Kartini Day - Apr 20, 2016
Eka Kurniawan a successor to Indonesia’s greatest writer, Pramoedya Ananta Toer - Aug 22, 2015
Man of letters and revolution - May 16, 2006
Indonesian author Pramoedya Ananta Toer dies - Apr 30, 2006


The poetic inspiration of a great novelist and his work - Aug 28, 2020
The new wave: emerging female writers push the boundaries - May 04, 2018

Book Review(s)

Mirandi Riwoe inverts the world to examine the lives of outsiders - Apr 08, 2022
Tiffany Tsao’s psychological thriller with a twist - Aug 16, 2018
Fiction review: Apple and Knife - Mar 30, 2018
Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash review: Eka Kurniawan’s pulp dark comedy - Sep 28, 2017
In Other Words review: Goenawan Mohamad and the essence of Indonesia - Aug 26, 2016
The Rainbow Troops - Feb 23, 2013

Writer's Writing(s)

Books That Changed Me: Intan Paramaditha

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