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Coleman, Peter (1984). Memoirs of a Slow Learner. Pymble: Angus and Robertson. Republished (2015) Connor Court Publishing Ballarat. Coleman, Peter (1963). Coleman, Peter, ed. (1966). The Bulletin Book: A Selection from the 1960s. Coleman, Peter; James McAuley, eds. (1970). Vietnam: After the Moratorium. Coleman, Peter; Lee Shrubb, Vivian Smith, eds. (1982). Quadrant, Twenty five years.
William Peter Coleman was born in Melbourne on December 15, 1928, son of an advertising agent, Stanley Charles Coleman, and Norma (nee Tiernan). Two years later, his parents separated. When he was 10, he came to Sydney to live with his father. He took the opportunity to complete his bar exams. In June 1987, before the federal election, he resigned from parliament and resumed writing full-time.
Part autobiography, part cultural history, some will read Memoirs of a Slow Learner as a comic anatomy of the corpse of Australian small-l liberalism. Others will see in it a journalistic record of the times. Yet others a moving personal statement. It is a unique departure in Australian autobiography. I had already written one.
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Memoirs of a slow learner, (Coleman Peter). Bibliographical information (record 176625). Publisher: Angus & Robertson
Peter Coleman in 2008, when he was honoured by Sydney University for services to Australian intellectual life. Peter Coleman himself was often asked to speak at funerals, and there was a good reason for that. Thus his Memoirs of a Slow Learner – I think along with The Liberal Conspiracy his most impressive book – is memorable for the recurring phrase, now a Japanese restaurant ; used as in I slept at a Kent Street dosshouse and soup kitchen (now a Japanese restaurant), filling many notebooks with ‘observations and reflections’, to be grist to the mill of my novels when the.