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Reading Lily Brett's essays is like spending time with a uniquely clever, loving and sympathetic friend - who is also an enormously gifted writer.
This new collection of essays will delight and enthral her readers.
Set between journeys to the places of its title, Between Mexico and Poland traces a number of emotional voyages as Lily Brett turns a brutally honest and unflinching eye on herself.
In her most honest and personal book yet, she ranges from the devastation of losing her home to fire several years ago, to powerful insights into her adopted city, New York, and how it has changed forever since September 11.
In the voice Brett's readers have come to rely on - self-scrutinising, self-mocking, always hilarious - Between Mexico and Poland offers the unsparing Brett candour full-on.
About the Author
Lily Brett was born in Germany and came to Melbourne with her parents in 1948. She has published three works of fiction, six books of poetry, and the essay collection In Full View. Lily Brett is married to the Australian painter David Rankin. They have three children and currently live in New York.
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Number Of Pages: 442
Published: 1st September 2003
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia Pty, Limited
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.0 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.365