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Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 In the Wake of the Seventies
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    y separately published work icon The Perfectionist David Williamson , Sydney : Currency Press , 1983 Z43287 1982 single work drama In The Perfectionist, yet another blockbusting success in the theatre, Williamson again assumes the serious business of comedy to examine the legacy of the sexual revolution with Barbara and Stuart, a professional couple in their 30's, as they battle out their rights to personal success outside the domestic sanctuary of marriage, and mutual understanding within it. (Publisher's blurb, back cover). 'Stuart is a perfectionist, male chauvinist and when his wife Barbara re-enters the workforce and hires a blond, male, Scandinavian babysitter the effects on the household are dramatic.' Source: Libraries Australia. Sydney : Currency Press , 1983 pg. vii-xii
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