Collection of 25 essays dealing with popular culture in the early 1990s discussing subjects ranging from surrealism to romantic comedy. Includes list of references and index. The author is a writer, teacher and critic, and a regular commentator on Radio National's 'Arts Today' program. He won the Australian Film Institute's Byron Kennedy award in 1993.
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