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Author De Kretser, Michelle.

Title The lost dog / Michelle de Kretser
Published Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2007


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Description 345 pages ; 22 cm
Summary "Set in present-day Australia and mid-20th century India, The Lost Dog℗ʺ is a haunting, beautifully written work that brilliantly counterpoints new cityscapes and their inhabitants with the wild, ancient continent beyond. With its atmosphere of menace and an acute sense of the unexplained in any story, The Lost Dog℗ʺ intriguingly highlights the collision of the primal and the civilised, modernity and the past and home and exile. A mystery, a love story, a celebration of dogs and the joy they bring us, and a meditation on the essence of art and nature, The Lost Dog℗ʺ is a gripping contemporary novel which explores the weight of history as well as different ways of seeing and comprehending the world."--From publisher description
Analysis Australian fiction (Australia)
Notes Also published in hardcover: New York : Little, Brown, 2007. 65 68 73 74 77 79 88 95 96 97 98 99 105 119 125 126 129 134
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Winner of the Australian Literature Society Gold Medal, 2008
Subject Australian fiction.
Authors -- Fiction.
Dogs -- Fiction.
Indians -- Australia -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Romance fiction, Australian.
Man Booker Prize for Fiction
SUBJECT Australia -- Fiction.
India -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Novels.
LC no. 2007534798
ISBN 9781741753394 (hbk.)