Correspondence of Irving Wardle with correspondents with surnames A-K, letters to him unless otherwise stated:Lindsay Gordon Anderson, including a letter from Wardle, 1973-1986, Sir Alan Ayckbourn, 1977-1979 Edward Bond, 1976 Peter Stephen Paul Br... 1966-2006

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Correspondence of Irving Wardle with correspondents with surnames A-K, letters to him unless otherwise stated:Lindsay Gordon Anderson, including a letter from Wardle, 1973-1986, Sir Alan Ayckbourn, 1977-1979 Edward Bond, 1976 Peter Stephen Paul Br... 1966-2006

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