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Big-picture thinking: in The Bell of the World, Gregory Day listens to the music of common things

By Julieanne Lamond, Senior Lecturer in English, Australian National University
Gregory Day’s The Bell of the World is an ambitious, strange and marvellous novel.

Day has long carried out a determined and idiosyncratic writing practice of paying attention, in writing, to where he lives on Wadawurrung and Gadubanud Country. In the introduction to his excellent collection of nature writing, Words are Eagles, he considers the complexity of

writing in this polyphonous country…The Conversation

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