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  • Fetish Livesby Gail Jones

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1997; US$ 6.75

    Saints and dancers, writers and film stars, Elvis, Madame Tussaud and Mata Hari: just some of the lives explored in these unusual and arresting stories. With imaginative verve, Gail Jones weaves fact and speculation to reveal the 'fetish' aspects in the lives of people, both famous and ordinary. She explores the way they summon forms of yearning and... more...

  • Five Bellsby Gail Jones

    Picador 2012; US$ 18.99

    A Picador Paperback Original On a radiant day in Sydney, four adults converge on Circular Quay, site of the iconic Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Crowds of tourists mix with the locals, enjoying the glorious surroundings and the play of light on water. But just as Circular Quay resonates with Australia?s past, each of the four... more...

  • Black Mirrorby Gail Jones

    Random House Australia 2012; US$ 16.84

    'I am waiting for this visitor so that I can tell my story and die.' The award-winning novel from Gail Jones Victoria Morrell was once a great artist. She led the high life - living and working in Paris, mixing with the artists of the Surrealist movement. Her work was largely forgotten in the fifties and sixties, but was rediscovered in the seventies... more...

  • Sorryby Gail Jones

    Random House Australia 2014; US$ 16.84

    This is a story that can only be told in a whisper ... In the remote outback of Western Australia during the Second World War, English anthropologist Nicholas Keene and his wife, Stella, raise a lonely child, Perdita. Her upbringing is far from ordinary: in a shack in the wilderness, with a distant father burying himself in books and an unstable... more...

  • Five Bellsby Gail Jones

    Random House Australia 2014; US$ 16.84

    Winner of the Kibble Literary Award, Shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Prize for Fiction, the Adelaide Festival Award for Literature, The ALS Gold Medal, the Barbara Jefferiss Prize and the Indies Award. On a radiant day in Sydney, four people converge on Circular Quay, site of the iconic Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Each of... more...

  • Dreams Of Speakingby Gail Jones

    Random House Australia 2014; US$ 16.84

    A vision of Japan as you have never imagined it. A brilliant and moving novel about displacement and belonging by the award-winning author of Sixty Lights and Five Bells . She wished to study the unremarked beauty of modern things, of telephones, aeroplanes, computer screens and electric lights, of television, cars and underground transportation.... more...

  • Sixty Lightsby Gail Jones

    Random House 2013; US$ 12.96

    Sixty Lights is the captivating chronicle of Lucy Strange, an independent girl growing up in the Victorian world. From her childhood in Australia through to her adolescence in England and Bombay and finally to London, Lucy is fascinated by light and by the new photographic technology. Her perception of the world is passionate and moving, revealed... more...

  • Dreams Of Speakingby Gail Jones

    Random House 2013; US$ 12.96

    Far away from home and her beloved but distant sister, Norah, Alice meets an old Japanese man on a train journey. Together they form an unlikely friendship at a crucial point in Alice's life where she is reflecting upon her family and her past, and disentangling herself from an old love affair. Alice is fascinated by the poetry of technology,... more...

  • Five Bellsby Gail Jones

    Random House 2013; US$ 12.96

    On a radiant day in Sydney, four people converge on Circular Quay, site of the iconic Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Each of the four is haunted by secrets from the past: Ellie is preoccupied by her sexual experiences as a girl, James by a tragedy for which he feels responsible, Catherine by the loss of her beloved brother in Dublin and... more...

  • Sorryby Gail Jones

    Random House 2013; US$ 12.96

    This is a story that can only be told in a whisper... In the remote outback of Western Australia, English anthropologist Nicholas Keene and his wife Stella raise a curious child, Perdita. Her childhood is far from ordinary; a shack in the wilderness, with a distant father burying himself in books and an unstable mother whose knowledge... more...