Slap, slap, slap.
It’s a funny word.
It can just as equally conjure a comic kipper slap or Tango Man, as much as a moment of discomforting supermarket abuse. 366 more words
Contemporary Australia has a long, hard look at itself through the brutal mirror that is The Slap. There could be none better than Tsiolkas to guide us on our journey through the lives of eight suburban Australians whose already-intertwined lives get further entangled when one of The Eight slaps a child who is not his own. 352 more words