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Last chance café [sound recording] / Liz Byrski.

By: Byrski, Liz.
Contributor(s): Varatharajan, Prithvi | Walker, Marie-Louise.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: Tullamarine, Vic. : Bolinda Pub., p2011Description: 10 audio discs (11hr., 54 min.) : digital ; 3/4 in.Content type: spoken word Media type: audio Carrier type: audio discISBN: 9781742851051.Subject(s): Wāhine -- Fiction | Australian fiction | Families -- Fiction | Whanaungatanga -- FictionGenre/Form: Audiobooks.
Production Credits: Produced by Prithvi Varatharajan.
Read by Marie-Louise Walker.Summary: "Margot detests shopping malls. Any distraction is welcome, and the woman who has chained herself to the escalator, shouting about the perils of consumerism, is certainly that. She recognises Dot immediately from their time campaigning for womens rights, and further back still, to the heyday of the Sydney Push."--Container.
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Talking Books BYR 1 In transit from Davis (Central) Library to Gonville Library since 10/07/2020

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Margot detests shopping malls. Any distraction is welcome, and the woman who has chained herself to the escalator, shouting about the perils of consumerism, is certainly that. She recognises Dot immediately - from their campaigning days, and further back still, to when Margot married Laurence.

Dot is in despair at the abandonment of the sisterhood, at the idea of pole dancing as empowerment and the sight of five-year-olds with false eyelashes and padded bras. She's still a fierce campaigner, but she isn't sure where to direct her rage.

Meanwhile Margot holds a haunting resentment that her youthful ambitions have always been shelved to attend to the needs of others. And as the two women turn to the past for solutions for the future, Margot's family is in crisis. Laurence travels in a bid to repress his grief, daughter Lexie loses her job after twenty years, and her younger sister Emma hides her pain with shopping binges.

Compact discs.

Produced by Prithvi Varatharajan.

Read by Marie-Louise Walker.

"Margot detests shopping malls. Any distraction is welcome, and the woman who has chained herself to the escalator, shouting about the perils of consumerism, is certainly that. She recognises Dot immediately from their time campaigning for womens rights, and further back still, to the heyday of the Sydney Push."--Container.

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