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Looking For Alibrandi

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781459621282
Genre : Girls
File Size : 81.40 MB
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Josephine Alibrandi is seventeen, and in her final year of school. Dealing with her mum and the ways of her Nonna are daunting enough as she prepares for her exams. But Josie is about to discover real life gets in the way of her carefully-made plans. Winner of Children's Book Council Queensland BILBY Awards: Older Reader 2000.
Category: Girls

Melina Marchetta S Looking For Alibrandi

Author : Lewis Mitchell
ISBN : 1741301831
Genre : Higher School Certificate Examination (N.S.W.)
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Part of the "Top Notes Literature" series, this title is created to assist students of English in their understanding of a variety of texts.
Category: Higher School Certificate Examination (N.S.W.)

Looking For Alibrandi

Author : Mark Stracey
ISBN : 1740814576
Genre : Australian fiction
File Size : 71.93 MB
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The Heinemann English Project is a series of lively and colourful topic books for Years 7-10 English. Each book is devoted to a theme, skill or approach at the heart of English in Australian classrooms. LOOKING FOR ALIBRANDI explores Melina Marchetta's novel, opening up its themes and issues for students in a practical way, moving from concrete details of plot and characters, through to more complex considerations of issues and themes. It provides background information on historical and geographic setting, as well as looking at the life of the author. Multiculturalism, families, sense of self, pressures of adolescence and more are explored in this thoughtful and valuable resource.
Category: Australian fiction

Marchetta M Looking For Alibrandi Growing Up In Looking For Alibrandi

Author : Dajana Gleim
ISBN : 9783638270090
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 1,5 (A), Karlsruhe University of Education (Institute for Foreign Languages and Language Research), course: Growing up Ethnic in Australia, language: English, abstract: The novel Looking for Alibrandi written by Melina Marchetta was first published by Penguin in 1992. By now it has been published in Denmark, Italy, Germany, Spain, Norway and Canada (cf. Tudball & White 1999: 11). It has received numerous prestigious awards, for example, it became “1993 Children’s Book of the Year (for older readers)” and “Multicultural Book of the Year” (cf. Bednarek 2000: 39f.). The novel points out topical aspects, like multiculturalism, immigration, social differences, but also themes like love, friendship and family life. It is the story of a teenage girl who grows up with an Italian-Australian identity and faces the highs and lows of teenage life. In an interview (cf. Scan 1993: 1), Melina Marchetta talked about her reasons for writing for young adults and said that she “finds this group fascinating, identifies strongly with it and likes the stage teenagers are at of being so open to change and growth, so vulnerable yet so exuberant”. She thinks that she is very similar to them in tastes. For this reason, she is able to write about teenagers with truth and in the language they really use. Another point is that she is a young author, she was born in 1965. Consequently, she is not much older than the teenagers she describes. The essential concern Melina Marchetta persues in her writing is “growth through the interaction of characters”. The novel Looking for Alibrandi reveals her concern and is about Josephine Alibrandi’s way to freedom through the interaction of her family, friends and other significant people. The following essay deals particularly with the aspect of growing up in a multicultural society.
Category: Literary Criticism