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 lived, worked and frequently travelled in Japan. She was Australia's cultural attaché in Tokyo in the mid-1980s and has recently contributed a chapter, with Rachel Miller, on the history of the Australian Embassy, to a book on Australia–Japan relations edited at Deakin University.
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