Reviewed by Rob Kennedy
This long-short story, bordering on a novella, is an account of a group of artists who lived in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales in Australia around the 1960s. It's only 66 pages; there is a poem at the beginning of the book from the famous Australian poet Robert Adamson. It's titled Beyond the Pale, it comes from his book The Golden Bird, New and selected poems. The Privacy of Art takes its name from a line in Adamson's poem.
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