'In "Tilting at Windmills" Abigail plays Helen, a bright and breezy salesgirl who is attracted to Leonard Teale. Teale plays a slightly mad poet called John Stewart, who prefers retreat into his pagination, because reality i too depressing. He's a free spirit, who finds any form of restriction oppressive. But he's not a successful poet, in fact he hasn't sold any work at all. The sole outcome of years of poetry writing is a bundle of publishers' rejection slips. So he decides to make a living by selling television sets, which is how he meets Helen and falls in love with her. That's where things begin to become complicated. John, although he's a free spirit, is not a free agent. After 22 years of a soul-destroying marriage, he's waiting for a divorce. In the meantime he's been living with a girl called Laura, who longs for the on the third finger of her left hand; she longs for respectability. And she becomes resentful when she feels John is drifting away from her.'
'Abigail and Teale in Television Play', Australian Women's Weekly, 24 April 1974, p.15.