David Williamson: A Writer's Career
Playwright and screenwriter David Williamson is Australia's best known and most popular dramatist. This authoritative account of Williamson's phenomenal career, draws on his early writings, unpublished drafts, letters and journal entries; as well as recollections off friends and colleagues.
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