My Italian Notebook
Allen & Unwin, 2002 - 341 pages
When Gough Whitlam was a small boy, his mother and father would read him the myths and legends of Ancient Rome as bedtime stories. These stories sparked in him a curiosity about Italy - its history, culture and its contribution to the rest of the world - which would endure for the rest of his life.
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My Italian NotebookUser Review - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing
There's no doubt about Gough Whitlam. Now well into his 80s, and some five years after the agenda-dominated concerns of Abiding Interests, the inexhaustibly learned former Prime Minister presents My ... Read full review