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ISBN:1 86368 251 1
- Shortlisted for the Age Book of the Year Award
A dynamic, intelligent, often sensuous novel, dealing with the tentative relationship between two women from school days through to middle age. On the surface it is a story about the anguish of growing up, but out of this Marion Campbell creates a profound, and at times savagely funny and satirical, exploration of the personal hazards of separation and engagement, exile and belonging. A deeply affecting novel, too, about the erotics of memory, desire and obsession.
As ground breaking as her first novel, with the accessibility of her second novel, Prowler confirms Marion Campbell as one of Australia’s most inventive, linguistically dazzling and politically important writers of fiction.