The Windy Season: A Novel and Shadows in the Water: Pastoral Poetics in Western Australian Coastal Narratives: An Exegesis
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This research examines how pastoral theories relate to the representation of the coast in Western Australian narrative. The creative production novel, The Windy Season, is offered as an exploration in creative practice, a pastoral that self-consciously examines contemporary Western Australian experience. The exegesis argues that not only is a relationship to the pastoral mode evident in Western Australian narratives about the coast, but also that this distinct pastoral has become an important literary form.
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