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MANY AUSTRALIANS have etched into their souls the iconic image of Frederick McCubbin’s great painting , in which the pioneering bushie squats on a log and stares into his camp fire. In all of us — at some time in our lives — there’s been the suspicion that life is a bastard. And if ever you’ve identified with McCubbin’s bushie, you’d have been struck by

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