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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 From Benang to Taboo, Kim Scott Memorialises Events We Don’t Want to Remember
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'Over the past three decades the Miles Franklin shortlists have contained a healthy serve of history, from the poised historical fiction of authors such as David Malouf and Roger McDonald, to the past-in-present fabulations of Alexis Wright and Richard Flanagan. Another is Kim Scott, twice winner of the award, and part of the current shortlist with his most recent novel Taboo.'  (Introduction)

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