Inky Stephensen: wild man of letters
Paperback edition of a biography of the notable Australian literary figure Percy (Inky) Stephensen, first published in 1984. Describes his life as a young communist in the 1920s in Queensland and Oxford, as an innovative publisher in London and Sydney, and his imprisonment in Australia as a pro-fascist in 1942. Includes index, end notes and bibliography. The text was described by Manning Clark as TA major document in the intellectual history of Australia'.
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