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Into That Forest: Summary and book reviews of Into That Forest by Louis Nowra
Into That Forest raises questions about loss in all its forms, from personal grief to the extinction of a species. But the novel also gives us an incredible chance to "crawl" into the burrow of a Tasmanian tiger, which opens the mind to the magnificence of animals in general. (Reviewed by Jennifer G Wilder).
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