The Confessions of Saint Augustine single work   poetry   "I suffered when Una my first love"
  • Author: Robert Adamson http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/adamson-robert
Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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Alternative title: The Confessions (after Saint Augustine)
  • Appears in:
    y The Disappearing Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2012 Z1884581 2012 anthology poetry multimedia (taught in 1 units)

    The Disappearing is an innovative new [free] app for iPhone, iPad and Android that (literally) explores poetry and place. Transform the world around you with new poems by some of Australia's finest poets, who've created a poetic map charting traces, fragmentary histories, impressions and memories.

    Beginning with a collection of over 100 poems about Sydney, The Disappearing will stretch across Australia during 2012. Along with previously unpublished poetry, The Disappearing features exclusive videos of readings and interviews with poets. Users can upload their own poems to The Disappearing, preserving ideas, emotions and experiences about their own environment that vanish over time (publisher blurb http://redroomcompany.org/projects/disappearing/ sighted 5/9/2012).

    Sydney : The Red Room Company , 2012
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    y Net Needle Robert Adamson , Chicago : Flood Editions , 2015 7975145 2015 selected work poetry

    ' In The Times Literary Supplement, David Wheatley calls Robert Adamson "one of the finest Australian poets at work today." NET NEEDLE brings together the presiding influences of his life, early and late. He casts an affectionate eye on the Hawkesbury fishermen who "stitched their lives into my days," childhood escapades, lost literary comrades, the light and tides of the river, and the ambiance of his youth. Throughout, he is characteristically attuned to the natural world, sketching encounters both intimate and strange. These are poems of clear-eyed vision and mastery, borne of long experience, alert and at ease. As Michael Palmer observes, "Eye and ear, none better." ' (Publication summary)

    Carlton : Black Inc. , 2015
    Note: With title: The Confessions (after Saint Augustine)
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