Dec 07, 2021

The Tunnel

The Tunnel By {author, The Tunnel Best Download || [Dennis McIntosh] The Tunnel Best Download || [Dennis McIntosh] - The Tunnel, The Tunnel When Dennis McIntosh first walked onto the construction site for the tunnel running from Werribee in Melbourne s west to the Westgate Bridge he d never worked underground before and he was terrifie

  • Title: The Tunnel
  • Author: Dennis McIntosh
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  • Page: 142
  • Format: Kindle Edition

The Tunnel Best Download || [Dennis McIntosh], The Tunnel, Dennis McIntosh, The Tunnel When Dennis McIntosh first walked onto the construction site for the tunnel running from Werribee in Melbourne s west to the Westgate Bridge he d never worked underground before and he was terrified The tunnel was being dug metres below the surface and lying on his back with the section roof just centimetres from his face caused him to hyperventilate To make matteWhen Dennis McIn

The Tunnel

The Tunnel Best Download || [Dennis McIntosh] The Tunnel Best Download || [Dennis McIntosh] - The Tunnel, The Tunnel When Dennis McIntosh first walked onto the construction site for the tunnel running from Werribee in Melbourne s west to the Westgate Bridge he d never worked underground before and he was terrifie The Tunnel

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110 thought on “The Tunnel

  1. A working class story from Hoppers Crossing The politics of work the dirty, physical, repetitive dangerous kind The realisation that time is valuable than money and the satisfaction of gaining an education for a meaningful job and life The podcast from Richard Fidler s Conversations is really interesting and worth listening to as well Fleshes out the brain training Dennis and his wife did with their daughter to overcome a stroke when she was a baby Also Dennis talks about going to uni as a mat [...]


  2. Smart, poignant, uplifting Writing so real and direct it doesn t need rhetorical grandstanding Though the styles are dissimilar, the economy of language and trust in the reader resonates with Hemingway and Sargeson fantastic New Zealand writer and subject of my film Perfectly Frank look him up.



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