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David Marr examines the impact of the rejection of White's plays in Adelaide and the impetus it gave to White's playwriting.

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Patrick White in Adelaide Alison Richards , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , October no. 345 2012; (p. 4)
Alison Richards responds to David Marr's article on Patrick White's association with the theatre. Richards details White's theatre involvement during, in particular, the 1970s.
Overlooking Max Harris Betty Snowden , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July-August no. 343 2012; (p. 4)
Betty Snowden counters some of David Marr's assertions, in 'So Much of Our Life in It', relating to Patrick White and his relationship with the city of Adelaide.
Overlooking Max Harris Betty Snowden , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , July-August no. 343 2012; (p. 4)
Betty Snowden counters some of David Marr's assertions, in 'So Much of Our Life in It', relating to Patrick White and his relationship with the city of Adelaide.
Patrick White in Adelaide Alison Richards , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , October no. 345 2012; (p. 4)
Alison Richards responds to David Marr's article on Patrick White's association with the theatre. Richards details White's theatre involvement during, in particular, the 1970s.
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