Main Program: Kim Scott: Taboo

25 Oct 2018 11:45 - 12:45
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Stunning. Formidable. Truth-telling. Two-time Miles Franklin winner Kim Scott is at the forefront of storytelling in Australia, tackling difficult questions of its colonial past in a way that expands the reader’s heart and mind. Delve into the book the Guardian hailed “a complex, thoughtful, and exceptionally generous offering by a master storyteller”.

Menakjubkan. Hebat. Jujur. Dua kali memenangkan Miles Franklin, Kim Scott, yang berada di deretan terdepan pencerita terbaik di Australia, menjawab pertanyaan menjebak soal masa suram penjajahan dengan cara yang cukup bisa menenangkan hati dan pikiran pembaca. Menelisik bukunya, Guardian memuji karyanya ini sebagai “karya yang kompleks, penuh wawasan, dan hadiah yang luar biasa bijak dari seorang ahli bercerita”.


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Kim Scott’s Benang (1999) was the first novel by an Indigenous writer to win the Miles Franklin Award. That Deadman Dance (2010) also won Australia’s premier literary prize, among many …

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