Issue Details: First known date: 1999 1999
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Margaret Throsby talks to Dorothy Hewett on the occasion of the publication of her new novel, Neap Tide. Hewett is perhaps best known as a playwright, but thinks of herself 'first and foremost' as a poet. She speaks of her childhood on an isolated property in Western Australia, and how her poetry is full of 'remembered childhood'. She discusses her membership of the Communist Party, which lasted 22 years.


  • Tape of interview broadcast on ABC Classic FM.

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Form: spoken word
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