Author: Robert Fairhead

Their Finest

I watched Their Finest the other night. In many ways, it’s a typical British period comedy-drama about the making of a propaganda film and life on the home front during World War II. But it has an interesting and modern take on the role of women in society and their contribution to the war effort. 

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The Last Book That Made You Cry

On the 16th August 2017, Penguin Books Australia asked a question on Facebook: What is the last book that made you cry? The question was couched in terms of tears of joy or sadness, but I could only think of books that had made me cry. And here are my top three tearjerkers! 

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Microfiction Dream

I once had a dream that was so real and intense it reminded me of the Chinese Philosopher, Chuang Chou, who dreamed he was a butterfly. And when he awoke, Chou said no longer knew whether it had been a dream he was a butterfly or whether Chou was now a butterfly dreaming he was a man!

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