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Edie’s Knitted Shearwater

  • Sarah Crinall
Chapter
Part of the Children: Global Posthumanist Perspectives and Materialist Theories book series (CGPPMT)

Abstract

Nia and I were walking on the surf beach one morning when we spotted a shearwater fledgling. It was around Easter time.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Western Sydney UniversityPenrithAustralia

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