Every migrant has a story. The past two decades have given us accounts of migration to Australia from so many Asian countries, and from so many viewpoints – sad, painful, funny, cynical, mystical – that little more seems left to tell. But now, out of Africa, comes a writer with a new and altogether more terrible tale.
Alison Broinowski reviews 'Beneath the Darkening Sky' by Majok Tulba
Beneath the Darkening Sky
by Majok Tulba
Hamish Hamilton, $29.95 pb, 239 pp, 9781926428420
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Alison Broinowski has been a reviewer for ABR since 1962, concentrating mainly on Asian fiction and international affairs. She is an Australian former diplomat and has taught and researched at ANU, Macquarie, and Wollongong Universities. The eleven books she has written and edited are about the interface between Australia and Asian countries.
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