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Conversation with Mary Durack

Author: Mary Durack; Hazel De Berg
Publisher: 1976 Mar. 12.
Series: Hazel de Berg collection, DeB 933-934.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : English
Publication:Hazel de Berg collection
Database:WorldCat
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Durack speaks of her childhood environment ; writing "Kings in grass castles" and the research this book entailed. She also speaks of her father's life as revealed in his diaries ; the people she admired during her youth ; her sister Elizabeth ; about life during the Depression years ; working as a cook on a station ; going to England in 1936 ; she speaks of her career as a journalist for The West Australian ;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Mary Durack
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Durack; Hazel De Berg
OCLC Number: 219828033
Description: 1 sound tape reel (ca. 75 min.)
Series Title: Hazel de Berg collection, DeB 933-934.
Responsibility: interviewer, Hazel de Berg.

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Durack speaks of her childhood environment ; writing "Kings in grass castles" and the research this book entailed. She also speaks of her father's life as revealed in his diaries ; the people she admired during her youth ; her sister Elizabeth ; about life during the Depression years ; working as a cook on a station ; going to England in 1936 ; she speaks of her career as a journalist for The West Australian ; adjusting to married life ; her work on the Aboriginal Cultural Foundation.

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