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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 “ Behind Every Suffering, There is a Human Life Worth Loving” : Receptions and Perceptions of Uniqueness, Universality and Hope in Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah
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This essay demonstrates that the film Samson and Delilah 'phenomenal success on its home soil and abroad stems both from its specific emphasis on Aboriginal characters and lives and from its universality, and...from its poignant portrayal of unconditional love between the main characters.' (Source: Abstract)

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158-176 “ Behind Every Suffering, There is a Human Life Worth Loving” : Receptions and Perceptions of Uniqueness, Universality and Hope in Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilahsmall AustLit logo The Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia
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