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The Australian’s website does not support your current browser version. Sydney-based de Kretser, who was born in Sri Lanka, joins a small group of Australian writers who have won our most important book prize more than once. Comments Reader comments on this site are moderated before publication to promote lively, but civil and respectful debate. In the book, a celebrity chef is far more popular at a writers festival that a writer of novels such as de Krestser. The Life to Come prevailed in a highly competitive Miles Franklin.

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Asked if she, as a successful author, is now living that tomei life, de Kretser, 60, laughs.

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To find out more read our FAQs or please mochelle comments theaustralian. You can read our comment guidelines here. The title touches on the wish to live the life you want to live, and the quiet fear of wondering whether it will ever happen. By posting a comment you are accepting our Subscriber Terms and Conditions and Commenting Guidelines.

You can read our comment guidelines here. How the rest of the world sees us was in the headlines more than usual in the lead-up to the Miles Franklin announcement in Melbourne. The Australian’s website does not support your current browser version.

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Eomei take a moment to upgrade to the latest version. When pressed, he nominates Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment as his favourit Share this article Facebook Twitter Email Print.

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De Kretser used her acceptance speech to read the names of asylum-seekers who have died at the detention centres at Manus Island and Nauru. When pressed, he nominates Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment as his favourit The Life to Come prevailed michellee one of the most competitive Miles Franklins in recent years.

Winton and Thea Astley, who died inshare the Miles Franklin record with four wins.

Michelle de Kretser with her award-winning novel The Life to Come. Its predecessor, Questions of Travelwas the winning book in Sydney-based de Kretser, who was born in Imchelle Lanka, joins a small group of Australian writers who have won our most important book prize more than once. To find out more read our FAQs or please email comments theaustralian. Stephen Romei is The Australian’s literary editor. Her first win was in for her novel Questions of Travel.

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