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a| Stead, Christina, d| 1902-1983. 0| 130457 9| 89dc057f-758f-5654-9eac-3ac92648b219
a| Letters and typescript of Christina Stead, f| 1969-1970 h| [manuscript].
a| 0.03 m. a| (1 folder)
a| Manuscript reference no.: MS Acc08.192.
a| Available for research. Not for loan.
a| Typescript of Part I, Chapter 2 of, I'm dying laughing by Christina Stead ; 12 letters from Christina Stead to Rosemary Hibbert written between 7 April 1969 and 26 January 1970. Hibbert was employed to type Stead's literary manuscripts. Though the subject matter of the correspondence is primarily business-related, it also ranges to other aspects of Stead's work.
a| Copying of Christina Stead's copyright material permitted for research purposes.
d| Christina Stead interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection; e| Located at; a| National Library of Australia Oral History collection ORAL TRC 1/398.
a| Author Christina Stead was born and educated in Australia, but spent most of her life abroad. Her acknowledged masterpiece is, The man who loved children, published in 1940. Despite critical acclaim she did not win a more general following in Australia until the mid-1960s. In 1974 Stead returned to Australia, making it her home for the first time since 1928.
a| Stead, Christina, d| 1902-1983 v| Archives.
a| Authors, Australian y| 20th century v| Archives.
a| Novelists, Australian y| 20th century v| Archives.
a| Australian literature x| Women authors.
a| Authors. 2| lcsh
a| Novelists. 2| lcsh
a| Priority 3
a| Manuscripts subject term: Literature
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a| National Library of Australia b| Parkes c| Parkes d| Special Collections Reading Room (MS UPGRADED/IN LIBRARY [MSS]) e| MS Acc08.192 h| Other scheme m| 3b4beeeb-b8aa-5a11-9ea3-a3c54de8a0a5 z| Restriction: Available for research. Not for loan. z| Terms governing use and reproduction: Copying of Christina Stead's copyright material permitted for research purposes.