Paperback issue of a selection of letters written by Patrick White during the period from the aftermath of WWI until his death in 1990, first published in 1994. The letters deal with everything from the simplest pleasures of life to the most challenging issues facing us in the 20th century. The editor's earlier books include 'Barwick' and the biography 'Patrick White: A life' which shared the National Book Council's Banjo Award.
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