Everywhere I Look
by Helen Garner
Editor: Text Publishing Co
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I’m pedaling in Kensington right after the darkness.As I drove it along the track in the direction of the railway, a young Asian woman on her way from the house to the walk station, the exit of the tunnel to me.After it passes, there is a silence, a silence of freshness that feels like spring.Helen Garner is one of Australia’s greatest writersHis non-fiction short has a huge gamutCovering fifteen years of work, Everywhere I Look is a book full of unexpected moments, sudden skylights, piercing, intuition, flashes of anger and humor props.We have to go backstage at a woman’s trial for the murder of her newborn baby.It moves effortlessly from the meaning of moving for the pleasure of rereading Pride and Prejudices.Wherever I Watch includes Garner’s famous and controversial essay on age-related insults, his moving tribute to his mother and excerpts from his diary, which were part of his working life as long as she was a writerEverywhere I Look lights up with insightIt is filled with the wisdom of life
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