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Don Charlwood reveals the effect that reading Holdsworth's essay, 'An die Nachgeborenen : For Those Who Come After', had on him. Charlwood was a Lancaster navigator with Bomber Command during World War II, taking part in bombing raids over the Netherlands - the same territory revisited by Holdsworth.
Dr Marie-Louise Ayres writes of the discoveries to be made in the Patrick White manuscripts, purchased by the National Library of Australia in 2006. The Library's guide to the White papers is available at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.ms-ms9982