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Chinese translation published in 1957 (Peking: Foreign Languages Publishing House). Source: 'Mona Brand: A Checklist, 1935-1980' Australian Literary Studies vol.10 no.1 May 1981 (pp.117-127).
Russian and Latvian translations published in 1961 (Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House). Source: 'Mona Brand: A Checklist, 1935-1980' Australian Literary Studies vol.10 no.1 May 1981 (pp.117-127).
First produced at the Unity Theatre, London, 20 November 1952 and then banned in the UK. Also produced at the New Theatre, Sydney, October 1953 and later in the USSR, Czechoslovakia, East Germany and India.
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