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The Dramatic Spaces of Oriel Gray : Negotiating Tensions of National Identity
by Jemimah Thompson (ENGL3020)
(Status : Public)
Coordinated by Australian Drama Archive
  • Bibliography

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    'Don't Like Mum's Radio Plays.' The Australian Women's Weekly, 22 Feb. 1956, p. 31.

    Gray, Oriel. 'Had We But World Enough.' 1949. MS. Fryer Library, U of Queensland, Brisbane.

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    'Sky Without Birds Opens Carnival Drama Festival.' Tribune, no. 732, 19 March 1952, p. 11.

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  • Image Sources

    Image one:

    Guido. 'Pont de l'Anglois.' Wikimedia Commons, 1 June 2007, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pont_de_l%27Anglois.jpg.

    Image two:

    Circle X. 'Dressing Room (Theatre 2, one of two).' flickr, 2 Oct. 2009, https://www.flickr.com/photos/circlextheatre/14281361123/in/photostream/.

    Image three:

    3d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Public Affairs. Foot bridge crossing Camp Carlson Lake. U.S. Army, 15 July 2011, https://www.army.mil/article/61729/19th_Engineers_rebuild_bridge_for_Camp_Carlson_Lake.

    Image four:

    Slater, Amanda. 'The Nullarbor. Indian Pacific Railway. Kalgoorlie - Adelaide. WA - SA. One hour East of Rawlinna WA.' flickr, 12 March 2009, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pikerslanefarm/3427098294.

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