This is a big one and it’s also an important one. In writing this memoir, Wright has created a new genre of writing – a collective memoir. In interviews Wright has noted that in the tradition of Australian Aboriginal communities, she felt it important for Tracker Tilmouth’s story to be told by multiple community members and not solely by her in traditional biographical style.
Alexis Wright is a well known and well loved Australian writer. To my mind, this is her most important book to date.
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