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T. F. Kline T. F. Kline i(A2858 works by) (a.k.a. Timothy Kline)
Writing name for: Gwen Harwood
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This fictitious biography of Kline was included with the selection of poems published in Thomas Shapcott's Australian Poetry Now (1970): "Born in Hobart 1946, attended State Schools, works as a clerk. Hobbies, boat-building, sail-making, bush-walking, cake-baking, gliding and soaring, drinking and whoring, cursing and praying, flogging and beating, mutton-bird eating, waving the flag and wearing drag, converting agnostics, writing acrostics, catching and chucking, kissing and collecting pictures of the Royal family." A statement of Kline's poetic aims is also included.

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  • Used as a pseudonym by Harwood between 1968 and 1970.
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