Travels Through the Kingdom of Night: Writing about the History of the Holocaust in End of the Night Girl and Navigating the Kingdom of Night

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Abstract

Amy T Matthews considers the ways in which fictionalising the Holocaust can lead writers to a problematic inhabitation of historical narrative and experience. A reflective account of two linked writing projects: End of the Night Girl and Navigating the Kingdom of Night. An explication of Matthews' craft and practice as a writer.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreative Writing with Critical Theory
Subtitle of host publicationInhabitation
EditorsDominique Hecq, Julian Novitz
Place of PublicationCanterbury, UK
PublisherGylphi
Chapter2
Pages29-41
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9781780240688, 1780240686
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Holocaust
  • fiction
  • Australian fiction
  • Theodor Adorno
  • Literary theory
  • Creative Writing
  • Exegesis

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