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A savage modern fable about science, family, television, and love gone wrong' (Cover.)

Notes

  • Launched by TTO at the Bella Union bar, Trades Hall, Melbourne, Victoria, [30 September] 2008.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Hunter Publishers , 2008 .
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      Extent: 288p.
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      • Published October 1st 2008 
      ISBN: 9780980517903

Works about this Work

y separately published work icon Packing Death in Australian Literature : Ecocides and Eco-Sides Iris Ralph , London : Routledge , 2020 19932417 2020 multi chapter work criticism

'Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides addresses Australian Literature from ecocritical, animal studies, plant studies, indigenous studies, and posthumanist critical perspectives. The book’s main purpose is twofold: to bring more sustained attention to environmental, vegetal, and animal rights issues, past and present, and to do that from within the discipline of literary studies. Literary studies in Australia continue to reflect disinterest or not enough interest in critical engagements with the subjects of Australia’s oldest extant environments and other beings beside humans.

'Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides foregrounds the vegetal and nonhuman animal populations and contours of Australian Literature. Critical studies relied on in Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides include books by Simon C. Estok, Bill Gammage, Timothy Morton, Bruce Pascoe, Val Plumwood, Kate Rigby, John Ryan, Wendy Wheeler, Cary Wolfe, and Robert Zeller. The selected literary texts include work by Merlinda Bobis, Eric Yoshiaki Dando, Nugi Garimara, Francesca Rendle-Short, Patrick White, and Evie Wyld.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Repeat Offenders George Dunford , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Meanjin , Spring vol. 69 no. 3 2010; (p. 142-148)
This Week's Selections Cameron England , 2009 single work review
— Appears in: The Advertiser , 3 January 2009; (p. 9)

— Review of Oink, Oink, Oink : A Savage Modern Fable Eric Dando , 2008 single work novel
Cover Notes Lucy Sussex , 2008 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 12 October 2008; (p. 27)

— Review of Death in the Mountains : The True Story of a Tuscan Murder Lisa Clifford , 2008 single work prose ; Oink, Oink, Oink : A Savage Modern Fable Eric Dando , 2008 single work novel
Cover Notes Lucy Sussex , 2008 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 12 October 2008; (p. 27)

— Review of Death in the Mountains : The True Story of a Tuscan Murder Lisa Clifford , 2008 single work prose ; Oink, Oink, Oink : A Savage Modern Fable Eric Dando , 2008 single work novel
This Week's Selections Cameron England , 2009 single work review
— Appears in: The Advertiser , 3 January 2009; (p. 9)

— Review of Oink, Oink, Oink : A Savage Modern Fable Eric Dando , 2008 single work novel
Repeat Offenders George Dunford , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Meanjin , Spring vol. 69 no. 3 2010; (p. 142-148)
y separately published work icon Packing Death in Australian Literature : Ecocides and Eco-Sides Iris Ralph , London : Routledge , 2020 19932417 2020 multi chapter work criticism

'Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides addresses Australian Literature from ecocritical, animal studies, plant studies, indigenous studies, and posthumanist critical perspectives. The book’s main purpose is twofold: to bring more sustained attention to environmental, vegetal, and animal rights issues, past and present, and to do that from within the discipline of literary studies. Literary studies in Australia continue to reflect disinterest or not enough interest in critical engagements with the subjects of Australia’s oldest extant environments and other beings beside humans.

'Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides foregrounds the vegetal and nonhuman animal populations and contours of Australian Literature. Critical studies relied on in Packing Death in Australian Literature: Ecocides and Eco-Sides include books by Simon C. Estok, Bill Gammage, Timothy Morton, Bruce Pascoe, Val Plumwood, Kate Rigby, John Ryan, Wendy Wheeler, Cary Wolfe, and Robert Zeller. The selected literary texts include work by Merlinda Bobis, Eric Yoshiaki Dando, Nugi Garimara, Francesca Rendle-Short, Patrick White, and Evie Wyld.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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