The author is a passionate republican and this is his partisan plea for the establishment of an Australian republic. His is at once a personal and a national quest which traces our ambivalent attitude down through the years towards the monarchy and empire and shows the extent to which attitudes have changed. The author is best known as a novelist, his works including the Booker Prize-winning 'Schindler's Ark'.
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