Author(s): Gillian Mears

Australian Fiction

The river Fineflour flows though this narrative as it flows through the town, linking time and place, character and event. A source of myth and memory, it brings tragedy as well as comfort. In these interlinked stories, there is an undercurrent of sadness and suspended grief that is balanced by a tenderness and an unconventional sense of the comic.


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  1. Gillian Mears is an Australian short story writer, and novelist. Her books, Ride a Cock Horse, and The Grass Sister won a Commonwealth Writers' Prize, shortlist, in 1989, and 1996. The Mint Lawn won The Australian/Vogel Award. Wikipedia

General Fields

  • : 9780702223112
  • : University of Queensland Press
  • : University of Queensland Press
  • : September 1990
  • : Australia
  • : books

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  • : Gillian Mears
  • : Paperback
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