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Finding The Centre: 'English' Poetry After Empire, Mark Williams, Alan Riach Sep 2017

Finding The Centre: 'English' Poetry After Empire, Mark Williams, Alan Riach

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The Australian poet Les Murray has talked about 'the dreadful tyranny where only certain privileged places are regarded as the centre and the rest are provincial and nothing good can be expected to come out of them. I figure the centre is everyv/here. It goes with the discovery that the planet is round, not flat. Every point on a sphere is the centre. It seems to be a corollary of the discovery of the roundness of the world that people haven't taken seriously yet'.


'Perfecting The Monologue Of Silence': An Interview With Louis Nowra, Gerry Turcotte Aug 2017

'Perfecting The Monologue Of Silence': An Interview With Louis Nowra, Gerry Turcotte

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Louis, for the benefit of those who may not know your work, I wonder if you could discuss how you started writing, and whether playwrighting was always your major interest?


Daisy Miller Down Under: The Old World/New World Paradigm In Barbara Hanrahan, Joan Kirkby Jul 2017

Daisy Miller Down Under: The Old World/New World Paradigm In Barbara Hanrahan, Joan Kirkby

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Barbara Hanrahan might well be considered to be to the Australian psyche what Nathaniel Hawthorne is to the American. Both are at times Gothic writers, given to explorations of the power of the imagination, the position of women and the effect of the Old World on the New World psyche. The historical impulse in Hanrahan's fiction has been made explicit in the epigraph to the most recently published novel Annie Magdalene: