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The Ice Shelf / Anne Kennedy.

By: Kennedy, Anne, 1959-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Victoria University Press , 2018Description: 320 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781776562015; 1776562011.Subject(s): Women authors, New Zealand -- 21st century -- Fiction | Fiction -- Technique -- Fiction | Memory -- Fiction | Fiction -- Authorship -- Fiction | Separated women -- Fiction | Artists -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. -- New Zealand -- Fiction | New Zealand -- Social life and customs -- FictionGenre/Form: New Zealand fiction -- 21st century. | Humorous fiction.Summary: The Ice Shelf: an eco-comedy On the eve of flying to Antarctica to take up an arts fellowship, thirty-something Janice, recently separated, has a long night of remembrance, regret and realisation as she goes about the city looking for a friend to take care of her fridge while she's away. En route she discards section after section of her novel in the spirit of editing until there is nothing left to edit. The Ice Shelf, a novel written as Acknowledgements, is an allegory for the dangers of wasting love and other non-renewable resources.
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The Ice Shelf: an eco-comedy On the eve of flying to Antarctica to take up an arts fellowship, thirty-something Janice, recently separated, has a long night of remembrance, regret and realisation as she goes about the city looking for a friend to take care of her fridge while she's away. En route she discards section after section of her novel in the spirit of editing until there is nothing left to edit. The Ice Shelf, a novel written as Acknowledgements, is an allegory for the dangers of wasting love and other non-renewable resources. Cover illustration: Ant Sang

The Ice Shelf: an eco-comedy On the eve of flying to Antarctica to take up an arts fellowship, thirty-something Janice, recently separated, has a long night of remembrance, regret and realisation as she goes about the city looking for a friend to take care of her fridge while she's away. En route she discards section after section of her novel in the spirit of editing until there is nothing left to edit. The Ice Shelf, a novel written as Acknowledgements, is an allegory for the dangers of wasting love and other non-renewable resources.