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  • Author: John Kinsella http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/kinsella-john
Issue Details: First known date: 2013 2013
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'The coast and dreams of being by the water are never far away in Kinsella’s surprising stories of Australian small town life. They summon in us both longing and fear at the recollection of our own childhoods, families, friends and upbringings. Flight is a possibility. A boy builds a rocket from 44-gallon drums and packing cases, a lone farmer travels to London to glimpse the snow his late mother once spoke of, inseparable mates relocate to the inner city. But the elemental mystery of place, of the country, of the sea, invariably draws them back. ' (Publisher's blurb)

Notes

  • Dedication: To Tracy, as always

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Yarraville, Footscray - Maribyrnong area, Melbourne - West, Melbourne, Victoria,: Transit Lounge , 2013 .
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      Extent: 131p.
      Note/s:
      • Published 29 September 2013
      ISBN: 9781921924491

Works about this Work

Phillip Hall Reviews The Vision of Error and Tide by John Kinsella Phillip Hall , 2015 single work review
— Appears in: Plumwood Mountain [Online] , February 2015;

— Review of The Vision of Error : A Sextet of Activist Poems John Kinsella 2013 selected work poetry ; Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Is There an Australian Pastoral Poetry? Andrew Taylor , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Le Simplegadi , November no. 14 2015; (p. 38-51)
Pastoral was common as a European literary genre from the Renaissance until the eighteenth century. It existed in other artistic forms as well, especially in the visual arts, and after its demise as a distinct genre elements of it persisted into the twentieth century, for example in music. With the colonial spread of European culture the pastoral influence also extended into other countries, with a mixed fate. Recently, the term Pastoral has come back into prominence in literature in English, not only in Great Britain but also, notably in the USA and Australia, with the growth of writing motivated by ecological involvement with the natural world, especially landscape. This has led to re-definitions of the term Pastoral in the last few decades. A number of Australian poets are looked at to see whether, and how, their writing about landscape might relate to, or incorporate elements of the Pastoral. The Australian poet John Kinsella, in particular, has been a widely published spokesperson for a new definition of Pastoral. His published works trace his move from a politically activist anti-colonialist redefinition of Pastoral towards a quieter, more harmonious, and essentially ethical engagement with the natural world.
Bully-Proof Simon Patton , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: Sydney Review of Books , February 2014;

— Review of In the Shade of the Shady Tree : Stories of Wheatbelt Australia John Kinsella 2012 selected work short story ; Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story ; Armour John Kinsella 2011 selected work poetry ; The Vision of Error : A Sextet of Activist Poems John Kinsella 2013 selected work poetry
Review : Tide Jenny Summerville , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: Good Reading , February 2014; (p. 37)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
The 'Land He Writes' Lost in the Prolific Restlessness Richard King , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 26-27 October 2013; (p. 20-21)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Cauldron of Blood Maria Takolander , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , December 2013 - January 2014 no. 357 2013-2014; (p. 11-12)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
The 'Land He Writes' Lost in the Prolific Restlessness Richard King , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 26-27 October 2013; (p. 20-21)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Cauldron of Blood Maria Takolander , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , December 2013 - January 2014 no. 357 2013-2014; (p. 11-12)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Bully-Proof Simon Patton , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: Sydney Review of Books , February 2014;

— Review of In the Shade of the Shady Tree : Stories of Wheatbelt Australia John Kinsella 2012 selected work short story ; Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story ; Armour John Kinsella 2011 selected work poetry ; The Vision of Error : A Sextet of Activist Poems John Kinsella 2013 selected work poetry
Review : Tide Jenny Summerville , 2014 single work review
— Appears in: Good Reading , February 2014; (p. 37)

— Review of Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Phillip Hall Reviews The Vision of Error and Tide by John Kinsella Phillip Hall , 2015 single work review
— Appears in: Plumwood Mountain [Online] , February 2015;

— Review of The Vision of Error : A Sextet of Activist Poems John Kinsella 2013 selected work poetry ; Tide John Kinsella 2013 selected work short story
Is There an Australian Pastoral Poetry? Andrew Taylor , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Le Simplegadi , November no. 14 2015; (p. 38-51)
Pastoral was common as a European literary genre from the Renaissance until the eighteenth century. It existed in other artistic forms as well, especially in the visual arts, and after its demise as a distinct genre elements of it persisted into the twentieth century, for example in music. With the colonial spread of European culture the pastoral influence also extended into other countries, with a mixed fate. Recently, the term Pastoral has come back into prominence in literature in English, not only in Great Britain but also, notably in the USA and Australia, with the growth of writing motivated by ecological involvement with the natural world, especially landscape. This has led to re-definitions of the term Pastoral in the last few decades. A number of Australian poets are looked at to see whether, and how, their writing about landscape might relate to, or incorporate elements of the Pastoral. The Australian poet John Kinsella, in particular, has been a widely published spokesperson for a new definition of Pastoral. His published works trace his move from a politically activist anti-colonialist redefinition of Pastoral towards a quieter, more harmonious, and essentially ethical engagement with the natural world.
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