The Novels of Alex Miller
One of Australia's most respected novelists, Alex Miller's writing is both popular and critically well-received. He has said that writing is his way of 'locating connections' and his work is known for its deeply empathic engagement with relationships and cultures. This collection explores both early and late work, including Miller's best-known novels, Ancestor Game, Journey to the Stone Country, Lovesong and Autumn Laing. Contributors examine his intricately constructed plots, the representation of friends in his writing, and key recurring themes such as art, Aboriginal issues and migration. Also included is a memoir, illustrated by photographs from his personal collection, in which Alex Miller reflects on his writing career. With contributions from leading critics including Raimond Gaita, Peter Pierce, Elizabeth Webby and Geordie Williamson, this collection is the first substantial critical analysis of Alex Miller's work. It is an invaluable resource for anyone teaching and studying contemporary Australian literature.
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