Letters from Christina Stead to Michael Wilding, 1970-1978 [manuscript]
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- Stead, Christina, 1902-1983
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26 letters written by Christina Stead to the writer, publisher and academic Michael Wilding. Also included are a copy of a letter from Stead to the Literature Board of the Australia Council, and a copy of a letter from the publisher Richard Walsh of Angus & Robertson to Stead's Australian agent Tim Curnow (Curtis Brown) concerning misunderstandings in the negotiation of film rights for an adaptation of Stead's For Love Alone.
Author Christina Stead was born and educated in Australia, but spent most of her life abroad. Her most well known work is 'The man who loved children', published in 1940. In 1974 she returned to Australia, making it her home for the first time since 1928.
- Manuscript reference no.: MS 10080.
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