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'According to folklore, black cockatoos are harbingers of rain. In Harriet McKnight’s debut novel, Rain Birds, the clouds do eventually break open, in the wake of an unseasonably hot spell that exacerbated inflammatory situations in a regional Victorian town.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Weekend Australian 16 September 2017 11935113 2017 newspaper issue 2017 pg. 22 Section: Review
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