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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Talking to John Clarke: a Friend and Biographer Reflects
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'On the Thursday before that terrible Sunday when John collapsed during a hike in the Grampians, he sent me an email, alerting me to a typo in a biographical essay I had published about him. I was so grateful to him for taking the trouble to check the text and for pointing out the error, and said so. “Sorry to be a pedant”, he replied. They were his last words to me.' (Introduction)

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