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The lost child

Author: Suzanne McCourt
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : The Text Publishing Company, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the headland, we look across to the lighthouse on Seal Island where Mr Hammett has to take the gas bottle to keep the light flashing at night. Aunt Cele says there is no land between us and the bottom of the world where everything is white ice and there are penguins as big as men, but I know this already because Dunc has told me. Sylvie is five. It's the 1950s and she lives in Burley Point, a fishing village  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Suzanne McCourt
ISBN: 9781922148773 1922148776
OCLC Number: 860771252
Awards: Long-listed for Miles Franklin Literary Award 2015 (Australia)
Description: 1 online resource.
Responsibility: by Suzanne McCourt.

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From the headland, we look across to the lighthouse on Seal Island where Mr Hammett has to take the gas bottle to keep the light flashing at night. Aunt Cele says there is no land between us and the bottom of the world where everything is white ice and there are penguins as big as men, but I know this already because Dunc has told me. Sylvie is five. It's the 1950s and she lives in Burley Point, a fishing village south of the Coorong on Australia's wild southern coast. She worships her older brother Dunc. She tries to make sense of her brooding mother, and her moody father who abandons the f.

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