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John Hanrahan

John Hanrahan was a freelance writer and critic.

John Hanrahan reviews 'Schindler’s Ark' by Thomas Keneally

February–March 1983, no. 48 01 February 1983
Thomas Keneally excels in stories of guilt. Schindler’s Ark joins Bring Larks and Heroes and The Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith as his best work so far. Organised and complacent cruelty to convicts, to blacks, to Jews grabs Keneally’s imagination to produce his most powerful novels. On one level, Schindler’s Ark is the story of a man who played the system to ensure the survival of his Jewish fact ... (read more)
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