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Interview with Prof. Katerina Clark, academic & Dr. Axel Clark, academic [sound recording] / interviewer, Susan Marsden
Bib ID 979965
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Clark, Katerina, 1941-
 
Access Conditions Access open for research; written permission required from Katerina Clark for personal copies and public use. 
Description 2001 
3 digital audio tapes (ca. 146 min.) 
Summary

Katerina Clark & Axel Clark recall their childhood years; their parents' background; family life in Melbourne, Canberra and, briefly, England; Manning-Clark House in Forrest, A.C.T; their parents' influence; their careers.

Biography/History

Katerina and Axel Clark, born in Melbourne in 1941 and 1943 respectively, are the second and third children of historian Manning Clark and his wife, translater, Dymphna Clark. Both were education in Canberra and Melbourne and became academics. Katerina is a professor of comparative literature and Slavic languages and literatures, and Axel was scholar and lecturer in English, Australian literature and literary biography. Axel died in 2001.

Notes

Recorded on June 19, 2001 at Manning Clark House, Forrest, A.C.T.

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Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary (7 p.) and corrected transcript (typescript, 81 leaves) 
Subjects Clark, Katerina, - 1941- - Interviews.  |  Clark, Axel, - 1943-2001 - Interviews.  |  Clark, Manning, - 1915-1991.  |  Clark, Dymphna, - 1916-2000.  |  Manning Clarke House (Forrest, A.C.T.)  |  College teachers - Australian Capital Territory - Canberra - Interviews.
Occupation Academics.
Other authors/contributors Clark, Axel, 1943-2001, Interviewee  |  Marsden, Susan, 1952-, Interviewer

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