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ISBN:1 86368 374 7
- Longlisted for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
The re-issue of Pat Jacob’s prize-winning novel.
Broome ... Fitzroy Crossing ... Darwin ... The Centre ...
It’s the mid-nineties and Tom and Zoe Drewe, like thousands of others, are ‘going around Australia’. Their journey, begun in certainty and on their terms, takes on its own momentum and compulsions, until they are driven as much as driving, and increasingly acted upon by the power and histories of the land whose surface they cross.
Compelling, moving, disturbing, this important and timely novel confronts the dark side of the Australian psyche, exploring what it means to be an Australian, and the nature of belonging.