A Conga Line of Suckholes: Mark Latham's Book of Quotations
Melbourne Univ. Publishing, 01.01.2006 - 246 Seiten
During his time in politics Mark Latham not only kept a diary, but also collected quotes and anecdotes that he found inspiring, amusing or enlightening. Here, with an introduction by the author, are words of wisdom and humour, withering ripostes and personal reflections from authors, politicians and public figures-ranging from Ben Chifley to Barry Humphries, from Julius Caesar to Dorothy Parker, and also some of Mark Latham's own memorable turns of phrase. A Conga Line of Suckholes collects together both wit and wisdom, the language of both the academy and the larrikin. It is an essential companion for the reader, writer, browser and public speaker, which will make readers think and laugh.Mark Latham was the Federal Member for Werriwa from 1994 to 2005. He was Leader of the Labor Party between 2003 and 2005. Mark Latham is the author of The Latham Diaries and five other books on Australian public policy, including Civilising Global Capital and From the Suburbs. He lives in the outer suburbs of Sydney with his wife and two children.
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