TREE BONES

by Peta Tait
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TREE BONES

by Peta Tait

Tree Bones is about lives enmeshed in the natural environment and those who witness destruction in the places they love and seek to protect. It is set at a time when the course of events could have been altered, in places that still hold many possibilities. The emotional feelings of loss reflect the present of facing a changing climate.

West Coast, New Zealand. Sarah remembers her daughter, Laurel, adventurously embracing the world around her. Sarah remembers Laurel as a child in 1940, as an environmentally aware young woman in the 1950s marrying Felix, and in 1964 facing cancer with courage at a time when patients were given minimal information and treatments limited.

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