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Sumner Locke Elliott (1917-1991) was born in Sydney to the writer Helena Sumner Locke (1881-1917) and the journalist Henry Logan Elliott. His mother died of eclampsia one day after his birth. Elliott was raised by his aunts, who had a fierce custody battle over him, fictionalised in Elliott's autobiographical novel, Careful, He Might Hear You. Elliott was educated at Cranbrook School in Bellevue Hill, Sydney. Wikipedia.
Careful He Might Hear You (Carl Schultz, 1983) novel by Sumner Locke Elliott
Edens Lost (Neil Armfield, 1988) telemovie; novel by Sumner Locke Elliott
Water Under the Bridge (Igor Auzins, 1980) telemovie; novel by Sumner Locke Elliott
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