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Nowra comments on the process of writing the screenplay for Black and White, his own feelings about the death of Mary Hattan and the subsequent trial of Max Stuart, and changes to his original script made by the director and producer.
Bishop canvasses a range of writers and composers from the eighteenth to the twentieth century whom he considers to have produced great works. He places particular emphasis on Pushkin, Schopenhauer and Stravinsky.