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Vivienne Rae-Ellis Vivienne Rae-Ellis i(A46460 works by) (a.k.a. Vivienne Rae Ellis)
Also writes as: Antonia Bell
Born: Established: 1930 Wynyard, Wynyard - Somerset area, Northwest Tasmania, Tasmania, ;
Gender: Female
Departed from Australia: 1982
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Vivienne Rae-Ellis is a Tasmanian-born writer who had a varied career as a professional actress, newspaper columnist, radio script-writer and public relations officer before she began writing books. She has published extensively including Lively libraries (1975), a handbook for librarians, biographies, novels and children's fiction as well as film, television and radio scripts. She was a member of the Launceston Players. Rae-Ellis has lived in Bath, England since 1986 and has been a keen advocate of urban conservation there. Since 2003 she has been researching the social history of The Circus, a famous example of Georgian architecture in Bath, during the period 1760-1780

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