Desire denied

Glenn Nicholls reviews Cory Taylor’s novel about love in an Australian internment camp

31 May 13 | Comments (0)

Two deaths in Venice

On the one-hundredth anniversary of its publication, Glenn Nicholls looks at why Thomas Mann’s 1912 novel has stood the test of time

18 Dec 12 | Comments (0)

At home among the exiles

Glenn Nicholls reviews an intimate account of the life of Werner Pelz

10 Oct 12 | Comments (0)

Vanishing acts

Glenn Nicholls reviews Albrecht Dümling’s study of refugee musicians from Nazism who came to Australia

16 Feb 12 | Comments (0)

Art in internment

Deported after the first world war, Paul Dubotzki had created a remarkable record of life as an internee, writes Glenn Nicholls

12 May 11 | Comments (0)

Designs on the landscape

A return trip to East Germany’s Lusatia region, twenty years on, reveals an extraordinary transition away from coal mining and heavy industry, writes Glenn Nicholls

20 Nov 10 | Comments (0)

Each man was an island

BOOKS | Glenn Nicholls reviews the German-language edition of Herta Müller’s latest novel, Everything I Possess I Carry with Me

19 Oct 10 | Comments (0)

When towers topple

David Malouf’s Trojan tale soars then sinks, writes Glenn Nicholls

20 Apr 09 | Comments (0)