Thomas Keneally

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Hilary Mantel, Mad Max and Donald Trump: what we learned from Sydney writers’ festival
Judy Blume, Paul Kelly, George Miller and Tara June Winch were among the guests at Carriageworks, in a welcome return for the beloved event

Steph Harmon, Janine Israel, Natasha May, Rafqa Touma, Kelly Burke, Shelley Hepworth

03, May, 2021 @2:39 AM

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I've never seen … Schindler's List
Spielberg’s beautifully shot three-hour multi-Oscar-winner is at times overwrought, but fully worthy of its masterpiece status

Wendy Ide

17, Jun, 2020 @9:33 AM

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Kevin Rudd, Thomas Keneally, Wendy Harmer, Tim Winton and others on their birds of the year
From the punks of the bird world and a living fossil to a rabbit-killing raptor, Australia’s birds have attitude

Tim Flannery, Thomas Keneally, Wendy Harmer, Tim Winton, Kevin Rudd, Lenore Taylor, Anton Enus, Adam Liaw and Simon Hill

01, Nov, 2019 @1:23 AM

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What Red Was by Rosie Price review – a hotly tipped debut
Class, abuse and its fallout are explored in this novel about a young woman swept into the orbit of a dysfunctional family

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

31, May, 2019 @10:59 AM

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The Book of Science and Antiquities by Thomas Keneally review – Australia according to early man
Does a fictionalised 42,000-year-old tribal elder need a white contemporary spokesperson?

Beejay Silcox

31, May, 2019 @6:30 AM

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Mary Bryant’s great escape from Australian prison comes to life in novel
Meg Keneally tells how childhood stories told by her father, Schindler’s Ark author Thomas, inspired her novel

Sarah Hughes

13, Apr, 2019 @1:00 PM

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No more Americans? What a new sponsor could mean for the Man Booker prize
Hedge fund’s departure as £1.6m backer of the UK’s leading fiction award has prompted feverish speculation about the prize’s future

Alison Flood and Sian Cain

28, Jan, 2019 @4:59 PM

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Thomas Keneally: death is not the fly in the cosmic ointment. It is the cosmic ointment
Life is strong in people – we didn’t get to be wreckers of the planet without a mighty life force in us. But accepting death is one of the contentments of age

Thomas Keneally

10, Nov, 2017 @9:52 PM

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Crimes of the Father by Thomas Keneally review – something rotten in Catholicism
The Booker prize winner’s powers remain undimmed, as he shines a light on institutionalised abuse, and denial, in the Catholic church,

Peter Stanford

13, Aug, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Thomas Keneally: 'Cultural appropriation is dangerous'
Speaking at Vivid Sydney debate, Australian novelist says artists can ‘enter other cultures as long as we don’t rip them off’

Naaman Zhou

08, Jun, 2017 @4:37 AM

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Real Schindler's list expected to make $2.4m in sale
One of the original documents used by German industrialist to save the lives of more than 1,200 Jewish workers during the Holocaust has gone on sale

Danuta Kean

09, Mar, 2017 @11:30 AM

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Bookmark this: from Queen Victoria to Twin Peaks – November's literary highlights
Elena Ferrante, Tom Keneally, Mark Colvin, Vivienne Westwood, Zadie Smith and more: here are the books on the Guardian’s radar this month

Stephanie Convery, Lucy Clark and Steph Harmon

05, Nov, 2016 @1:06 AM

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