A Neglected Interview between Henry Handel Richardson and Brian Penton, 1931-1933

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Buckridge, Pat
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1998
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When Henry Handel Richardson died in March 1946 the first and certainly the most substantial Australian obituary was a two-page, illustrated essay in the Sydney Daily Telegraph of 30 March, written by the Editor of the paper, Brian Penton. Almost 5,000 words long, it contains a wealth of information and insights drawn from a series of monthly visits he made to Richardson at her home in Primrose Hill, London, from 1931 to 1933, the first in company with Norman Lindsay.

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Australian Literary Studies
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18
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3
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