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'Unsettled is an Irish settler-colonial novel which follows a family from Galway to South Australia in the 1850s. Author Gay Lynch is preoccupied with the psychological baggage and apocryphal stories carried by these Galway Lynches to Booandik country, near modernday Mount Gambier.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 24 no. 2 October 2020 20753485 2020 periodical issue 'Scholarly contributions to the October 2020 edition of TEXT canvas a range of research problems, from doctoral pedagogy to the role of the imagination in the creation of sensory narrative detail, from critical approaches to worldbuilding to the problem of the anti-heroine. Contributing authors also engage a wide range of forms including scriptwriting, prose poetry, realist fiction, sci-fi and fantasy and experimental life writing.' (Editorial introduction) 2020
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