Imagination the everyday art

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  • Published 20050607
  • ISBN: 9780733316081
  • Extent: 264 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

A WRITER, AN actor. A mother, a daughter. The mother captured and lingered in the public memory when she chained herself to a bar in the quest for equal rights, the daughter has claimed an enduring place for herself and the characters she has brought to life on stage and screen. For both the power of imagination is central, something essential to their art and their lives.

 

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Sigrid Thornton

Sigrid Thornton has appeared in numerous stage, film and television productions, including Betrayal, The Man from Snowy River, All the Rivers Run, Paradise and SeaChange.She has worked...

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