Title

They were so unbearably fragile and foolish: apple trees, intimacy and the strangeness of possession

RIS ID

64210

Publication Details

Slater, L. 2010, 'They were so unbearably fragile and foolish: apple trees, intimacy and the strangeness of possession', in B. Holloway & J. Rutherford (eds), Halfway House: The Poetics of Australian Spaces, UWA Publishing, Western Australia. pp. 276

Abstract

There are two essential points here, though they are to some extent the same. One is that in any true journey one must be lost for at least some of time, and the other is the journey's trajectory towards the thing that has not yet been said.

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UWA Publishing

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