Truganinni stood alone, a living relic of her race who witnessed the whole range of degradation her people suffered. As she approached her end, she had the memories of the butchering of the last male’s body. She pleaded, ‘Don’t let them cut me up!’ They still eventually did.
A play of reality/irreality concerning an elderly Australian desperate to return home from Britain before he dies, and instead perhaps or perhaps not finds himself tormented either by real people or actors bickering about whether he is worthy of their craft.
When Scottish-born Elizabeth Wallace returns to Australia to become managing director of a major new government organization she could not have imagined the difficulties she will face.
She has left a long-term lover in Scotland as well as a successful corporate career. With unfinished personal troubles haunting her and increased media scrutiny she wonders whether she has made the right decision.
our culture is continually insisting that we can all be much happier than we already are. but is this really possible? to find out tony wellington went in search of answers. he analysed masses of empirical research from around the globe and interviewed a wide range of people, from celebrities to doctors. the results provide a fascinating insight into western society and the human condition.