No Road: Bitumen All the Way

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Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1997 - History - 251 pages
No Road is a nomadic travel log; a personal journey through contemporary Australian landscape, and culture and travels in Europe, Africa and suburban Newton. It is a seductive mix of storytelling and ideas, and a daring blend of meditation and cultural innovation. It is, as well-known writer Amanda Lohrey says, 'A radically new way of writing about Australia. Brilliant.'

No Road tracks the elusive rhythms of desert and city at the tail end of the twentieth century and tells of new ways for living in a culturally complex world. It is intelligent, original, often funny, moving, and an engaging read.

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