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Author: Mary Anne Butler
Publisher: Sydney : Currency Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A car crash in the Central Desert. A broken man, about to leave his wife, who has a deep, dark secret of her own. 'Broken' entwines the stories of three complex lives as they unfold on a single fateful night in the heart of the Northern Territory's desert country. Wrestling with matters of chance, choice, hope and fate, 'Broken' poses the question: when you find yourself empty, how do you start again?
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Genre/Form: Drama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Anne Butler
ISBN: 1925005658 9781925005653
OCLC Number: 938401682
Description: xvii, 37 pages : photographs ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Mary Anne Butler.

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A car crash in the Central Desert. A broken man, about to leave his wife, who has a deep, dark secret of her own. 'Broken' entwines the stories of three complex lives as they unfold on a single fateful night in the heart of the Northern Territory's desert country. Wrestling with matters of chance, choice, hope and fate, 'Broken' poses the question: when you find yourself empty, how do you start again?

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