Description - On Indignation by Don Watson
With characteristic wit , Don Watson explores indignation through generations of his family and their Old Testament rages. He asks why wounded pride or a sense of injustice unleashes the furies and whether there is ever virtue in it. Dazzling in its humour and eloquence, Watson turns to George W. Bush - the figure who most excites his own indignation.
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(166mm x 128mm x 19mm)
Melbourne University Press
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Author Biography - Don Watson
Don Watson is the author of many books, including the bestselling Recollections of a Bleeding Heart- A Portrait of Paul Keating PM, Death Sentence, Watson s Dictionary of Weasel Words, Caledonia Australis and American Journeys. In addition to books and essays, he writes films and gives occasional talks on writing and language.