Port Phillip Night single work   poetry   "Lights. Not the histrionic reds and golds"
Issue Details: First known date: 1953 1953
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Francis Webb and the Asylum Seekers : A Post-Lacanian Study of Displacement in 'Port Phillip Night' Richard Hillman , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Regenerative Spirit : Volume 2 : (Un)settling, (Dis)locations, (Post-)colonial, (Re)presentations - Australian Post-Colonial Reflections 2004; (p. 206-216)
Through 'Port Phillip Night' Hillman attempts to unravel 'the transitional performance, the oscillating movement between [Webb's] visions of diaspora, the Holocaust, and his dissatifaction with an Australian "newness".'
Francis Webb and the Asylum Seekers : A Post-Lacanian Study of Displacement in 'Port Phillip Night' Richard Hillman , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Regenerative Spirit : Volume 2 : (Un)settling, (Dis)locations, (Post-)colonial, (Re)presentations - Australian Post-Colonial Reflections 2004; (p. 206-216)
Through 'Port Phillip Night' Hillman attempts to unravel 'the transitional performance, the oscillating movement between [Webb's] visions of diaspora, the Holocaust, and his dissatifaction with an Australian "newness".'
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