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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Climate Change Novels
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'Climate Scientists warn of the dangers of global warming. How are Australian writers responding to this crisis? The first section of the book examines the stories by women and men writers directly about climate change scenarios. Notable authors are George Turner and Alexis Wright. ' (15)

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    y separately published work icon Climate Change Narratives in Australian Fiction Deborah Jordan , Saarbrucken : Lambert Academic Publishing , 2014 8179573 2014 selected work criticism

    'Several major Australian novels about climate change imagine a warmed planet. This is a timely survey of these cautionary tales. There is also a long tradition of Australians, settlers and Indigenous people, writing about the land and the sea, and about how our climate shapes our communities and our future, and about how colonisation and industrialisation too often destroys our environment. This outline begins to locate, question and frame the insights of many past and present Australian authors about changing climatic conditions.' (Publication summary)

    Saarbrucken : Lambert Academic Publishing , 2014
    pg. 15-32
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