Patrick White (1912-1990) was born in London but spent his early years in Australia. He studied in Australia and Cambridge, travelled widely, served in Greece and the Middle East during the Second World War. He settled in Australia after the war and wrote many successful novels. He received a number of major awards including the 1973 Nobel Prize for Literature. His stage plays include Return to Abyssinia (1947), The Ham Funeral (1961), The Season at Sarsaparilla (produced 1962), Night on Bald Mountain (1964), Big Toys (1977), Signal Driver (1982), Netherwood (1983) and Shepherd on the Rocks (1987).
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