After prison, there can be no straight road home. A young man is released from a Sydney prison, his hands empty, his identity gone. He catches a southbound train out of town, then hitchhikes west. He hasn't been home for fifteen years. For days 'Frank' rides the highway through an unforgiving landscape, surviving on what he finds and the kindness of strangers. As he edges closer to a home he struggles to remember, his boyhood looms. Out of the past, as memories surface, something is coming that will tear through his fragile hold on reality. Chilling, haunting, suspenseful, Gone is a crossing into one man's splintered world.
- Electronic book text | 320 pages
- 152 x 228mm
- 01 Mar 2011
- University of Queensland Press
Table of contents
The Issue of Empowerment of the Teacher as Curriculum Agent: Some Perspectives; Curriculum Studies as a Field of Study; The Process of Curriculum Development; Effective Curriculum Design for Dynamic Curriculum Development; Curriculum Dissemination as a Critical Phase within Dynamic Curriculum Development; Successful Curriculum Implementation; Comprehensive Curriculum Evaluation within Dynamic Curriculum Development; The Operationalisation of the Curriculum; The Responsibility of the Empowered Teacher in regard to Curriculum Development; Bibliography; Index.