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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Writing the WA Wheatbelt, a Place of Radical Environmental Change
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'What can creative literature tell us about radical environmental change? Most people accept that literature can be closely connected to places. Whether it is Dickens’s London or Hardy’s Wessex, we also accept that imaginative works deliver something about the nature of place that does not necessarily come to us by any other means.' (Introduction)

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