Inside Outside by Andrew Riemer
Life Between Two Worlds (Imprint Lives)

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Andrew Riemer's masterful account of the changes in Australian society in the years after World War II, as experienced by the author and his family after leaving Hungary. On a freezing November day in 1946, Andrew Riemer, then a 10-year-old with mumps, le
 

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Andrew Riemer is chief literary critic for "The Sydney Morning Herald "and a former professor at Sydney University. He is the author of "The Habsburg Cafe,"" Hughes," "Inside Outside," and "Sandstone Gothic,
 
Published June 1, 2012 by Allen & Unwin. 238 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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(There is a photo of the author's father in military uniform in 1942, but how did he contrive to get into and out of the costume?) The writing about cultural identity couldn't be nicer, but unavoidably one is left with a lingering disquiet because, despite veiled references to a world of br...

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