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Keneally

/ (kəˈnælɪ) /
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noun
Thomas (Michael). born 1935, Australian writer. His novels include the Booker prizewinner Schindler's Ark (1982); other works are The Playmaker (1987), The Great Shame (1998), and The Woman and Her Hero (2007)
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How to use Keneally in a sentence

  • Keneally writes that he hopes to keep his "narrative powder dry" for a possible sequel.

    The Best of Brit Lit|Peter Stothard|September 23, 2009|DAILY BEAST
  • "There is no doubt," said Mr. Justice Keneally, summing up in the libel action, Sanders v.

    Sanders of the River|Edgar Wallace
  • D'ye mean to tell me that Keneally doesn't know what he's talkin' about?

    The Shellback's Progress|Walter Runciman
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