The Serene City beckons, promising Paradise regained for Ruth Cracknell and her husband, Eric, as they set forth on a carefully planned holiday.
What they are seeking is time. Time to think, time to gaze, time for each other. But from the moment the holiday becomes an uncharted journey, their time is measured.
Journey From Venice is confronting yet deeply comforting – an acknowledegment of the miracle that is unconditional love.
Ruth Cracknell was born in Maitland, but lived most of her life in Sydney. She was educated at the North Sydney Girls' High School, and began her professional career at the age of twenty. She travelled to England in the fifties to further her career and worked with the BBC before family reasons caused her to return home in 1954. Her professional life from then on happily coincided with the rise of serious theatre in Australia. In theatre she was known for her interpretations of both classical and contemporary drama as well as her particular flair for comedy. She worked extensively in film, television and radio. Ruth passed away in 2002.
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Series: Popular Penguins
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 29th June 2009
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 18.2 x 11.2 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 18.2
Edition Number: 1