Cassowary Hill

Cassowary Hill

by David de Vaux

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Overview

Cassowary Hill pivots between Australia and the U.S., and highlights ticklish instances of fondness and disconnection between the two countries. Over the shifting ground of awkward friendships, love affairs and farcical grassroots activism are cast the shadows of interlopers. Some represent large nations that torment the inhabitants of small ones; some are lone individuals intruding on the territory of prodigious animal life in a rainforest habitat that as yet remains miraculously undamaged by human encroachment. Cassowary Hill is at once a rebuke to authority and a tragicomedy about nature, politics, art, wine and love.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781925231250
Publisher: IP (Interactive Publications Pty Ltd)
Publication date: 07/04/2016
Edition description: American editio
Pages: 338
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

David de Vaux is an almost lifelong expatriate and traveler of
British origin. He has worked in five countries, in teaching,
publishing, editing, arts funding and theater, and his published work includes two collections of poetry, some short fiction and contract assignments. After living for eight years on a mountain acreage in northern New Mexico, he and his wife are now based in Portland, Oregon - but with a stake in north-eastern Australia and in a bucolic tropical bolt-hole there, within reach of children and grandchildren.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS

How to Deal with Stinging Trees

Tropical Morals

Collaborations

Eastward Ho!

A Tale of Two Cities

THe Madras Hotel

New and Old Australians

Dark Side of the Lens

A Clatter in the Woodshed

There Was None Bolder

Whereas Cassowary Hill

The Kookaburra Laughed

Very Sartre

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