The Significance of Littoral in Beverley Farmer’s Novel The Seal Woman

Abstract

This essay ‘offers some thoughts on the transformative possibility of the littoral in Beverley Farmer’s novel The Seal Woman, and a brief discussion of Farmer’s particular deployment of littoral as feminine or even feminist’ (121).

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Published 1 October 2009 in Manifesting Australian Literary Feminisms: Nexus and Faultlines. Subjects: Australian novels & novelists, Australian women writers, Coast, Ecology, Mythology.

Cite as: Collett, Anne. ‘The Significance of Littoral in Beverley Farmer’s Novel The Seal Woman.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 24, no. 3-4/, 2009. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.0bfbc83fcf.