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When worlds collide: Alison Gibbs on ‘Repentence’

Alison Gibbs's 1970s–set novel Repentance (Scribe, January) is the story of a small Australian town that undergoes radical change when newcomers face off against the locals over the logging of trees. Reviewer Deborah Crabtree said Gibbs's debut 'moves like a meditation, reflecting the rhythms of the natural landscape that she...

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