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Barry Dickins (born 1949) is a prolific Australian playwright, author, artist, actor, educator and journalist, probably best known for his historical dramas and his reminisces about growing up and living in working class Melbourne. His most well-known work is the award winning stage play Remember Ronald Ryan, a dramatization of the life and subsequent death of Ronald Ryan, the last man executed in Australia. He has also written dramas and comedies about other controversial figures like poet Sylvia Plath, opera singer Joan Sutherland, criminal Squizzy Taylor, actor Frank Thring, playwright Oscar Wilde and artist Brett Whiteley. reprinted from

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by Dickins, Barry, 1949-
Strawberry Hills, NSW : Currency Press, 2014 , ©2014
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by Dickins, Barry, 1949-
Fitzroy, Vic. : Richmond, Vic. : McPhee Gribble ; Penguin, 1987
 
 
by Dickins, Barry, 1949-
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books, 1991
 
 
by Dickins, Barry, 1949-
Melbourne : Footscray Community Arts Centre, 1978
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by Dickins, Barry, 1949-
Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant, 2017 , ©2017
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