A novel, The nature of ice and exegesis, Writing with light : truth and meaning in visual representations of Antarctica
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Communications and Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts
The Nature of Ice' comprises a dual narrative with two Antarctic stories set one century apart. The contemporary strand concerns three central characters: Freyr Jorgensen, a photographer working for a summer at Davis Station who is inspired by Frank Hurley's early Antarctic photography; Davis Station chippie Chad McGonigal, assigned as Freyr's field assistant; and Freyr's husband Marcus, who is at home in Perth researching the 1911-14 Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) in preparation for Freyr's Antarctic photographic exhibition.
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Mundy, R. C. (2006). A novel, The nature of ice and exegesis, Writing with light : truth and meaning in visual representations of Antarctica. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/356
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