Correspondence between Christina Stead and Jim Hamilton, 1972-1979
- Bib ID:
- Hamilton, Jim, 1939-1993
- Access Conditions:
- Available for research. Not for loan.
- [between 1972 and 1979]
- 0.06 m (2 folders)
The collection comprises letters that cover discussions of literary and business matters, as well as personal and social reflections.
Jim Hamilton. Honorary Secretary, Fellowship of Australian Writers (Victorian Branch) (1967-1977). President, Fellowship of Australian Writers (Victorian Branch) (1977-1993).
Christina Stead. Novelist and short-story writer. Christina Ellen Stead was born and educated in Australia, but spent most of her life abroad. During the 1930s she began to have novels published, with her acknowledged masterpiece, The man who loved children, being released in 1940. Despite critical acclaim she did not win a more general following until the mid-1960s. In 1974, Stead returned to Australia, making it her home for the first time since 1928.
- Manuscript reference number: MS 10231.
- Time Coverage:
- Other authors/contributors:
- Stead, Christina, 1902-1983
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- Material type:
- Literary Dramatic Musical
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