The Falling Woman

The Falling Woman

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Noted Australian author Susan Hawthorne creates a desert odyssey as she interweaves the emotional and physical journeys of her central characters. In doing so she has written a powerful exploration of myth and place, survival and self. Through Stella's experience and struggles of epilepsy, Susan Hawthorne also offers a rare and extraordinary insight into the mystery of a condition all but ignored by modern literature. Set in a living, chameleon landscape, qThe Falling Womanq is laced with startling allegory and imagery intertwining the worlds the science and spirituality, creating a psychological narrative of power and originality.When Estella tries to restart the car, after taking a photograph of a flower beside the road, it is dead, nothing, ... She is woken by a loud buzzing noise. a#39;Look ... Olga and the woman push through the crowd to the car and pull out the fuse box.


Title:The Falling Woman
Author: Susan Hawthorne
Publisher:Spinifex Press - 2003
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