In the Winter Dark
by Tim Winton
Editor: Pan MacMillan
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When a man dreams about things from the past, you might think that he would be able to put them back into new sequences for himselfBut noIn my dreams, everything happens as it happened, and I see it and again and again and again and confusion never carries leavePeople from the drift of the valley called the sink of loneliness, coercion or an affinity with the landIt’s an isolated place, with a swamp and an old white bridge and invasive forest on all sides.Solitude is tangibleBut when a mysterious creature, is suddenly on the coward, kill animals and predators on all the deepest fears, four inhabitants find themselves, unexpectedly in another company – with cooling resultsTim Winton’s raw and dynamic tongue makes the jumping senseconcentrated, passionate, energetic writes “Independent on Sunday `A major job for anyonemysterious, painful and beautiful ” Washington Post
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