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Examines the issue of writers using personal tragedy as the inspiration for their books. Sullivan cites an anecdotal story about Hal Porter, notes Bryce Courtenay's book April Fool's Day and the two works of English author, John Bayley on Iris Murdoch's decline into dementia.

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    y separately published work icon The Sunday Age 17 February 2002 Z941838 2002 newspaper issue 2002 pg. 10 Section: Agenda
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