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Thomas Michael Keneally, AO (born 7 October 1935) is a prolific Australian novelist, playwright, and essayist. He is best known for writing Schindler's Ark, the Booker Prize-winning novel of 1982 which was inspired by the efforts of Poldek Pfefferberg, a Holocaust survivor. The book would later be adapted to Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2014 , ©2014
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2015 , ©2014
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Fear
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
St. Lucia, Qld. : University of Queensland Press, 1989
 
 
Uniform title: Tyrant's novel. Persian
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Tihrān : Nashr-i Akhtarān, 1385 [2006 or 2007]
 
 
Uniform title: Schindler's list. German
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
München : Goldmann Verlag, 1994, c1983
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Ringwood, Vic. ; New York : Penguin Books, 1988
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Schindler's list. Spanish
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Madrid : Suma de Letras, 2002
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
New York, Viking Press [1969, c1968]
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
North Sydney, NSW : Vintage by Random House Australia, 2014
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
Milsons Point, N.S.W. : Doubleday (Transworld Publishing), 2004
 
 
by Keneally, Thomas, 1935-
North Sydney, N.S.W. : Vintage Books, 2011, ©2010
 
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