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Wendy Lowenstein's father inscribed her 16th birthday present, a collection of Henry Lawson's poetry, with the words, 'We must be free who speak tongue that Lawson wrote'. Wendy, who died from Alzheimer's disease, fulfilled her father's exhortation. Hers was an active life of the mind and of politics, always entwined with the pleasures and possibilities of the written word.

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    y separately published work icon The Australian 27 October 2006 Z1597915 2006 newspaper issue 2006 pg. 14
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