This article has been published from our archive. It first appeared in Westerly 33.2 (June 1988), a themed issue concerning ‘Imaging Western Australia’. Jolley responds to this with an engaging piece about the survivability of the unique, diverse environment of Western Australia as it is demolished in favour of a city ‘not at peace’ with its surroundings.
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