A National (Diasporic?) Living Treasure: Thomas Keneally

Paul Sharrad (Università di Wollongong)

Abstract

Malgrado Thomas Keneally sia riconosciuto come autore nazionale  australiano, la sua reputazione internazionale e l’analisi, nei suoi romanzi, dell’esilio coloniale, dell’alienazione degli Aborigeni e delle migrazioni nel corso della storia riflettono aspetti dall’esperienza diasporica che dilatano lo stesso termine sino ad abbracciare aspetti ‘trasnazionali’.

DOI: 10.17456/SIMPLE-4

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