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Hare's fur / Trevor Shearston.

Hare's fur / Trevor Shearston.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
F SHEA
Adult Fiction   Double Bay . Available .  
F SHEA
Adult Fiction   Paddington . Available .  
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ISBN 9781925713473 (paperback)
Author Shearston, Trevor, 1946- author.
Title Hare's fur / Trevor Shearston.
Publisher/Date Carlton North, Australia : Scribe Publications, 2019.
©2019
Pagination etc. 194 pages ; 21 cm.
Summary Note Russell Bass is a potter living on the edge of Katoomba, in the Blue Mountains. His wife has been dead less than a year and, although he has a few close friends, he is living a mostly solitary life. Each month he hikes into the valley below his house to collect rock for glazes from a remote creek bed. One autumn morning, he finds a chocolate wrapper on the path. His curiosity leads him to a cave where three siblings - two young children and a teenage girl - are camped out, hiding from social services and the police. Although they bolt at first, Russell slowly gains their trust, and, little by little, this unlikely group of outsiders begin to form a fragile bond. In luminous prose that captures the feel of hands on clay and the smell of cold rainforest as vividly as it does the minute twists and turns of human relationships, Hare's Fur tells an exquisite story of grief, kindness, art, and the transformation that can grow from the seeds of trust.
Subject Solitude -- Fiction
Widowers -- Fiction
Orphans -- Fiction
Friendship -- Fiction
Potters -- Fiction
Trust -- Fiction
Blue Mountains (N.S.W.) -- Fiction
Shelf Location F SHEA
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