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Finding home: Fiona Wright on ‘The World Was Whole’

With her second essay collection The World Was Whole, Fiona Wright ‘continues to set the standard for the essay form in Australia’, writes reviewer Jo Case. She spoke to the author. In this collection you explore your relationship to place through the essay form. What draws you to writing about place?...

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