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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 The Influence of French Literature on Patrick White's 'The Living and the Dead'
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Notes

  • Epigraphs:
    Before leaving Cheltenham I enjoyed a brief flirtation with France and the French language when I was boarded with a family at Dieppe ... I think a passion for France can only develop with maturity. (Flaws in the Glass, 1981, p.36)
    I also wandered over a lot of Europe during my years between Cambridge and the War (...) All my novels are an accumulation of detail (...) (from) Stendhal, Flaubert (...) and Balzac. ('A Conversation with Patrick White,' Southerly 33, no. 2, 1973, pp. 134,139)
  • Includes a summary in French of the article on page 159.

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