Figures of life: Beverley Farmer's The Seal Woman as an Australian bioregional novel

Blair, Ruth (2012). Figures of life: Beverley Farmer's The Seal Woman as an Australian bioregional novel. In Tom Lynch, Cheryll Glotfelty, Karla Armbruster and Ezra J. Zeitler (Ed.), The bioregional imagination: literature, ecology, and place (pp. 164-180) Athens, Georgia, USA: University of Georgia Press.

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Author Blair, Ruth
Title of chapter Figures of life: Beverley Farmer's The Seal Woman as an Australian bioregional novel
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Figures of life: Beverley Farmer's The Seal Woman as an Australian bioregional novel
Title of book The bioregional imagination: literature, ecology, and place
Place of Publication Athens, Georgia, USA
Publisher University of Georgia Press
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9780820341712
0820341711
9780820335926
0820335924
Editor Tom Lynch
Cheryll Glotfelty
Karla Armbruster
Ezra J. Zeitler
Chapter number 10
Start page 164
End page 180
Total pages 17
Total chapters 25
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The Otway plain bioregion, in the southwest of the state of Victoria, Australia, is bordered on one side by the Otway ranges and on another by the western shore of the vast Port Phillip Bay with the town of Queenscliff sitting on its furthest point.1 On one side of this outpost town is Bass Strait, a major shipping lane that separates the mainland from Tasmania (Antarctica is the next landmass to the south); on the other, formed by the small peninsula on which Queenscliff sits, is Swan Bay. Close by is the township of Point Lonsdale. Between them, Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale have three magnificent lighthouses, all still in operation.
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