Thomas Keneally's 'Human Comedy' single work   criticism  
Issue Details: First known date: 2006 2006
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Pierce provides an overview of Keneally's novels and their themes.

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    y Thomas Keneally : A Celebration Peter Pierce (editor), Canberra : Friends of the National Library of Australia National Library of Australia , 2006 Z1321614 2006 anthology biography extract "Thomas Keneally's reputation as a storyteller, established in the 1960s, has been cemented by a series of publications - fiction, memoir and social comment - that has brought him international fame and national esteem. Remarkable for the power of his narrative, Keneally is irrepressible in the diversity of his interests and the intensity of his commitment to bringing the truth to his readers. As a generous and enthusiastic contributor to books and book culture, this collection of three essays: biographical, critical and celebratory - and an account of the Library's acquisition of Keneally's papers - is a fitting tribute to one of Australia's most engaging writers." - Back cover Canberra : Friends of the National Library of Australia National Library of Australia , 2006 pg. 13-20
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