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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... no. 80 2004 of Journal of Australian Studies est. 1977 Journal of Australian Studies
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* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Draft Preamble : Les Murray and the Politics of Poetry, Helen Lambert , single work criticism
In answer to the question 'Can poets or their work ever escape the political?', Lambert aims 'to explore the problematic relationship between poetry and prose' by turning 'first to Murray's draft preamble to the Australian constitution, as well as his draft Oath of Allegiance for the then federal government.' She then examines Murray's poetry 'to see whether his politics can be kept separate from his poetry' and finally argues 'that poetry cannot be explicated from the political, and that Murray's work only furthers this claim.' (p.5)
(p. 5-14, notes 231-232)
Orpheus on the Hawkesbury : Placing Robert Adamson, Andrew Johnson , single work criticism
With reference to the work of Robert Adamson, Johnson looks at the 'distinctive ways in which individual poets have tried to orient themselves in this country with respect to "the environment" ... and at the ways in which each poet establishes a sense of being at 'home' in a place.' (p.29)
(p. 29-42, notes 234-235)
Writing of Australian Dwelling : Animate Houses and Anxious Ground, David Crouch , single work criticism (p. 43-52, notes 235-236)
The Escaping Landscape : Perspective and Perception in the Landscape Poems of the Generation of '68, Caitlin Punshon , single work criticism (p. 53-63, notes 236-238)
Dance and Postcolonialism in Mardi McConnochie's The Snow Queen, Melinda Rose Jewell , single work criticism (p. 77-86, notes 240-242)

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Alternative title: Write/Up
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