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Sex, Poetry and The Chapel Perilous single work   criticism  
Is part of The Great Australian Plays Julian Meyrick , 2016 series - author criticism (number 7 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Sex, Poetry and The Chapel Perilous
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'When she died in 2002, The Age hailed Dorothy Hewett as “the grande dame of Australian literature” and gave a thumbnail sketch of her remarkable life as poet, dramatist, novelist, Communist Party activist and serial lover. Calling her a free spirit doesn’t come close to capturing the turbulent, at times self-destructive energy that marked Hewitt’s relationships and her work.' (Introduction)

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