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y separately published work icon In the Winter Dark single work   novel   horror  
Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 In the Winter Dark
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Units Teaching this Work

Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon In the Winter Dark Tim Winton , Ringwood : McPhee Gribble , 1988 Z375616 1988 single work novel horror (taught in 2 units)

'Night falls. In a lonely valley called the Sink, four people prepare for a quiet evening. Then in his orchard, Murray Jaccob sees a moving shadow. Acorss the swamp, his neighbour Ronnie watches her lover leave and feels her baby roll inside her. And on the verandah of the Stubbses’ house, a small dog is torn screaming from its leash by something unseen. Nothing will ever be the same again. ' (Publication summary)

Australia and Home University of Western Australia 2009 (Semester 2)
y separately published work icon In the Winter Dark Tim Winton , Ringwood : McPhee Gribble , 1988 Z375616 1988 single work novel horror (taught in 2 units)

'Night falls. In a lonely valley called the Sink, four people prepare for a quiet evening. Then in his orchard, Murray Jaccob sees a moving shadow. Acorss the swamp, his neighbour Ronnie watches her lover leave and feels her baby roll inside her. And on the verandah of the Stubbses’ house, a small dog is torn screaming from its leash by something unseen. Nothing will ever be the same again. ' (Publication summary)

Writing Your Novel University of the Sunshine Coast 2016 (Semester 1)
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