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Australian Biography Series - Frank Hardy (3-Day Rental)

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    Born in Southern Cross, Victoria in 1917, Frank Hardy was brought up in Bacchus Marsh, the Benson's Valley of his short stories. After experiencing the effects of the Depression, he joined the Communist Party of Australia. During the late 1940s Hardy collected material for his novel Power Without Glory, which would become his best-known book and lead to one of Australia’s most famous defamation trials. Hardy continued to write novels until his death in 1994. His interview for Australian Biography was his last.

    (1992, 26 mins) A Film Australia National Interest Program.

    © National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

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