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Mateship with Birds

Mateship with Birds by Carrie Tiffany, ISBN: 9781447219866
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ISBN: 9781447219866
Publisher: PICADOR
Published: 21 June, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 4 other editions of this product

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Mateship with Birds

Mateship n. the quality or state of being a mate; esp: fellowship On the outskirts of a country town in the early 1950s, a lonely farmer trains his binoculars on a raucous family of kookaburras roosting next to his dairy. As Harry observes the birds through a year of feast, famine, birth, death, war, romance and song, his neighbour, Betty, has her own set of binoculars trained on him. Betty’s son, Michael, gravitates to the gentle man next door, and Harry, sensing Michael is ready to stretch his wings, decides to teach him about sex. Harry knows everything about the land. But what does he know about women? Mateship with Birds is a tender, witty novel of young lust and mature love. A glorious tale of innocence lost, it celebrates life on one small farm in a vast ancient landscape, as a collection of misfits question what a family might be.

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