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Thirty Australian Poets.

Author: Felicity Plunkett
Publisher: Chicago : University of Queensland Press, 2011.
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A landmark anthology celebrating a new generation of Australian poets. 1968 marked a turning point in Australian poetry, when a dynamic wave of new poets sought to revitalise a 'moribund poetic culture'. At the helm of that generation was John Tranter who argued that there would be cycles or generations of poets with peak moments where new poets would emerge to revitalise the culture. Forty years later, with a spate  Read more...
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Plunkett, Felicity.
Thirty Australian Poets.
Chicago : University of Queensland Press, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Felicity Plunkett
ISBN: 9780702247613 0702247618
OCLC Number: 782875815
Notes: Simon West.
Description: 1 online resource (304 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title page; Imprint page; Contents; Preface by Felicity Plunkett; Introduction by David McCooey; Ali Alizadeh; Listening to Michael Jackson in Tehran; Exile and Entropy; Marco Polo; I, the Monster; Rumi; Louis Armand; Patrick White as a Headland; Utzon; Something Like the Weather; Roland Robinson's Grendel & Death in Custody; Emily Ballou; The Plums; In the Old Library; Plunge; She Played; Lizard's First Law of Inertia; Judith Bishop; It Begins Where You Stand; Openings; Issuance; Michael Brennan; Letter Home ('I've tried not to think'); Letter Home ('These are strange lands'). The OtherLetter Home ('I find him'); Rebirth; Michelle Cahill; Two Souls; Kissing Hamlet; The Stinking Mantra; Night Birds; Elizabeth Campbell; Proverb; Fear; Dalkey Island; Justin Clemens; Trying to Buy That What They Have Not Got; Whirl; Down; Morning; Balladia Libidinalia; Joel Deane; Guantanamo; Man to Woman; Divertimento; I Build a Little House Where Our Hearts Once Lived; Kate Fagan; Dadabase; A Little Song; Concrete Poem; Letter IV: On Reality; Letter XI: Agape (Reprise); Jane Gibian; tidemark; Sound piece; Continuity; Parts of the tongue; Ardent; summer sequence; Lisa Gorton. Dreams and ArtefactsThe Humanity of Abstract Painting; Mistletoe; The Affair; Libby Hart; In Development; The Dream Jar; Lone Figure --
Malin Head; Woman Drawing the Curtains of Her Bedroom --
Carrick-on-Shannon; Lone Figure --
Annaghmakerrig; Widower Sitting on the Edge of His Bed --
Kinsale; Woman --
Bray Head; Sarah Holland-Batt; This Landscape Before Me; The Orchid House; Night Sonnet; The Sewing Room; The Art of Disappearing; LK Holt; The Children and the World; False Starts; Girls; Portrait with Red Bird; From Inside the MRI Scanner; Emma Jones; Tiger in the Menagerie; Conversation; Paradise. PaintingPainted Tigers; Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers; A Migrant Writer on a Bus (Thinking of Kundera); Rapunzel to the Prince 3; Circe to Ulysses 5; The Williad The Epic on the Epic, Écriture Feminine; Return to Kalevala; Bronwyn Lea; Two Ways Out; Antipodes; The Chinese Foot; The Nightgown; The Flood; Born Again; Cameron Lowe; The Sum; Something Like a Leaf; Morning Light; Requested; John Mateer; Ode; Splitter Falls, Lorne; Those Immigrants; One Year; The Long Man of Wilmington; Kate Middleton; The Queen's Ocean; Colorado River Prayer; Your Feet/Love Poem; Last Poem; Esther Ottaway. Ocean NocturneLiminal Love Songs; Dimension and Light; Claire Potter; Eurydice's Cellar; A While; Ladies of the Canon; Mermaids in the Basement; David Prater; Sunbathing; Oz; Lady Land; Lurker; A821.4; Nick Riemer; The Bird, The Year; Park André Citroën in Winter; The Meaning Plain: 40 Aerial Shots; The Thing You're In; Jaya Savige; Summer Fig; Dransfield in Bavaria; The Pain Switch; La Quercia del Tasso; Maria Takolander; Tableaux; Canasta for Lovers; Anaesthetic; Unborn; 47 Degrees; Samuel Wagan Watson; Floodlight Sonatas; Jetty Nights; Bone Yard, South Brisbane; Revolver; Night Racing.

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A landmark anthology celebrating a new generation of Australian poets. 1968 marked a turning point in Australian poetry, when a dynamic wave of new poets sought to revitalise a 'moribund poetic culture'. At the helm of that generation was John Tranter who argued that there would be cycles or generations of poets with peak moments where new poets would emerge to revitalise the culture. Forty years later, with a spate of superb debut collections, Australian poetry has never looked so energetic and vital. From the imaginatively mind-boggling to the exquisitely lyrical, from tender and edgy erotic.

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