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No More Boats

No More Boats It is refugees sit in a boat called Tampa off the shoreline of Australia while the TV and radio scream out that the country is being flooded inundated overrun by migrants Antonio Martone

  • Title: No More Boats
  • Author: Felicity Castagna
  • ISBN: 9781925336306
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is 2001 438 refugees sit in a boat called Tampa off the shoreline of Australia, while the TV and radio scream out that the country is being flooded, inundated, overrun by migrants Antonio Martone, once a migrant himself, has been forced to retire, his wife has moved in with the woman next door, his daughter runs off with strange men, his deadbeat son is hiding in theIt is 2001 438 refugees sit in a boat called Tampa off the shoreline of Australia, while the TV and radio scream out that the country is being flooded, inundated, overrun by migrants Antonio Martone, once a migrant himself, has been forced to retire, his wife has moved in with the woman next door, his daughter runs off with strange men, his deadbeat son is hiding in the garden smoking marijuana Amid his growing paranoia, the ghost of his dead friend shows up and commands him to paint No More Boats in giant letters across his front yard The Prime Minister of Australia keeps telling Antonio that we will decide who comes to this country and the circumstances in which they come Antonio s not sure he wants to think about all the things that led him to get on a boat and come to Australia in the first place A man and a nation unravel together.

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    1. Felicity CastagnaAs aspect of Australian policy that has long irritated me is that apparently it’s anti-refugee sentiment in the ethnically diverse western suburbs of Sydney that drives our unconscionable refugee policy. These electorates are crucial to electoral success and so both political parties kowtow to their hostility to refugees who come to Australia by boat. The irony is that these loud, unfeeling and disproportionately influential voices come from people who themselves came to Austr [...]



    2. The book description provides a gods summary. Unfortunately topical, despite being set 16 years ago. Also set in and around Sydney, so plenty of familiarity for me. Good read.


    3. In fluid prose, Castagna builds the story slowly, weaving the narratives of the four protagonists and creating a realistic – but heart-wrenching – environment that is deeply similar to the current climate of Australian politics. It is a rare and magnificent thing to read a book that so expertly ties fictional narrative to specific events in political history without altering its context or embellishing for literary effect. Castagna writes in a deeply thought-provoking way, without taking any [...]



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