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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Life to Come - This Year’s Miles Franklin Winner - Is a Brilliant Character Study
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'Michelle de Kretser’s The Life To Come, which has won the 2018 Miles Franklin Award, begins with an epigraph from Samuel Beckett’s Endgame:

CLOV: Do you believe in the life to come? 
HAMM: Mine was always that.' (Introduction)

 

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