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Date: 5 May 1970
Issue Details: First known date: 1970... 1970 [Conversation with Sumner Locke Elliott]
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Locke Elliott speaks of his studies; his family; about writing one act plays; his decision to become a writer and not an actor; his return to Australia in 1950; writing Rusty Bugles; writing in New York (late 1950s) for television; the changing role of the television writer; his first novel Careful He Might Hear You and the ensuing success.

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Form: spoken word
      1970 .
      Description: 1 cassette (ca. 51 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
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      • Transcript available (18p.)
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