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Australian Biography Series - Nancy Cato (3-Day Rental)

SKU: SC0256

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    Born in Adelaide in 1917, Nancy Cato studied English literature at the University of Adelaide and won the Tennyson Medal for this subject in 1933. In the 1950s, she began to develop a fully-fledged literary career while trying to raise a family. Her most successful book, All the Rivers Run, was published in 1958 and later made into a television series. She wrote numerous historical novels, short stories, verse, children’s books, biography and local history, and played a significant role in the Australian Society of Authors. Cato was also an active campaigner for Aboriginal land rights and conservation issues.

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

    © National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. 

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