LUCAS, Barbara. (Mrs. Bernard Wall). British, b. 1911. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs. Publications: Stars Were Born, 1934; The Trembling of the Sea, 1936; Anna Collett, 1946; Growing Up, 1956; Prelude to a Wedding, 1964; (with B. Wall) Thaw at the Vatican, 1964; More Ado About Nothing, 1969; Widows and Widowers, 1979; Poor Wilfred (radio play), 1984; Rene Hague: A Personal Memoir, 1989. Address: Swan Cottage, Rackham, Pulborough, W. Sussex, England.
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