Teen radicalisation through the lens of fiction
Understanding the motives of teens who become radicalised by terrorist groups is difficult, and a conversation often clouded by anger. Kamila
Shamsie’s Home Fire, and Laleh Khadivi’s A Good Country are novels which explore the identity and racial struggle that children of immigrants experience, and how some are taken down a path of radicalisation.
The pair discuss their novels at the Adelaide Writer’s Week.
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