The Lost Dog

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Tom Loxley is holed up in a remote bush shack trying to finish his book on Henry James when his beloved dog goes missing. What follows is a triumph of storytelling, as The Lost Dog loops back and forth in time to take the reader on a spellbinding journey into worlds far removed from the present tragedy.
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First edition
Author Michelle de Kretser
Cover artist Ampersand Duck[1]
Country Australia
Language English
Publisher Allen & Unwin, Australia
Publication date
2007
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 345 pp
ISBN 978-1-74175-339-4
OCLC 177704074
823/.92 22
LC Class PR9619.4.D4 L67 2007
Preceded by The Hamilton Case

The Lost Dog is a 2007 novel by Australian writer Michelle de Kretser.

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Reviews[edit]

  • "The Courier-Mail" [1]
  • "The Financial Times" [2]
  • "The New Statesman" [3]
  • "The New York Times" [4]
  • "The Observer" [5]
  • "The Telegraph" 1 [6]
  • "The Telegraph" 2 [7]
  • "The Washington Post" [8]

Interviews[edit]

  • Robert Dessaix on ABC Radio National's "The Book Show" from November 2007.[9]
  • Fiona Gruber interview in "The Sydney Morning Herald" from November 2007.[10]
  • Rosemary Neill interview in "The Australian" from March 2008.[11]
  • In conversation with Gail Jones at the 2008 Sydney Writers' Festival in May 2008.[12]

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