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Eleanor Dark interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 227376
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Dark, Eleanor, 1901-1985, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Open access for research and personal copies; permission of literary executor required for public use. 
Description [1960 or 1961] 
1 sound tape reel. 
Series

Hazel de Berg collection ; DeB 92

Summary

Dark speaks about her book "The Timeless land" and reads a passage from it.

Index/Finding Aid Note Transcript available (1 p.) 
Subjects Dark, Eleanor, - 1901-1985 - Interviews.  |  Dark, Eleanor, - 1901-1985. - Timeless land.  |  Novelists, Australian - Interviews.
Other authors/contributors De Berg, Hazel, 1913-1984, Interviewer

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    ORAL TRC 1/92
    Copy: Recording
    Petherick Reading Room (Oral History)
    ORAL TRC 1/92 (transcript)
    Copy: Transcript
    Petherick Reading Room (Oral History)

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