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Raising silent voices : The role of the silent child in "An imaginary life" and "The bone people"

Author: Susan O'Brien
Series: Span, no. 30 (April 1990) p. 79-91.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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David Malouf's "An imaginary life" and Keri Hulme's "The bone people" both contain a central character in the form of a child who does not speak. The similarities between the two novels such as the relationship between the mute child and the artist/protagonist, is explored in this detailed review. (SLNSW Infocus item 1877).
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Named Person: David Malouf; David Malouf; Keri Hulme; Keri Hulme
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan O'Brien
OCLC Number: 826415232
Description: [13] leaves ; 30 cm.
Series Title: Span, no. 30 (April 1990) p. 79-91.
Responsibility: Susan O'Brien.

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David Malouf's "An imaginary life" and Keri Hulme's "The bone people" both contain a central character in the form of a child who does not speak. The similarities between the two novels such as the relationship between the mute child and the artist/protagonist, is explored in this detailed review. (SLNSW Infocus item 1877).

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