• John Parker. Sean Connery, p. 32. Victor Gollancz (London)(1993).  
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"What [his friend Robert] Henderson did was to help unlock [Connery's talent and ability] and inspire him in further study, which until then [around 1953, when Connery was in his early twenties] had been pretty dormant… He mentioned Ibsen… giving him titles of Hedda Gabler, The Wild Duck and When We Dead awake… He was surprised to discover that Connery had quickly devoured all the titles and now wanted to spend time discussing them and their meanings. It progressed from there" (Parker, p. 32)

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