y Southerly periodical issue   assertion
Issue Details: First known date: 1963 vol. 23 no. 3 1963 of Southerly est. 1939
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* Contents derived from the 1963 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Christopher Brennan and "Die Romantik", Noel Macainsh , 1963 single work criticism biography (p. 150-160)
The Uncollected Verse of C.J. Brennan, G. A. Wilkes , 1963 single work criticism (p. 164-165,198-202)
A Dreami"...and I stood at the centre of the Universe", Christopher Brennan , 1897 single work poetry (p. 166)
Untitledi"Towards the source withouten way intends the soul where she may drink", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 166)
Untitledi"Towards the source withouten way", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 166)
Untitledi"A sacred horror holds the place,", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 167)
Untitledi"O far and near and soft and clear", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 167)
To Thee to Usi"The soul, that yearns for sharpest fire", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 167)
Untitledi"Heart of flesh is sick and sore :", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 168)
Untitledi"Unsplendid isolation! Now indeed", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 168)
Untitledi"Clamour of lights and streets that crowd", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 168)
Ode to Corporal Bede Kenny, V.C.i"Let hearts be high elate,", Christopher Brennan , 1957 single work poetry (p. 169-170)
Untitledi"Is it the mid-watch past", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 170)
Untitledi"I have made many friends", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 170)
Super Flumina Babylonis : Mondayi"Thou of the hundred briefs, who dwellest round sweet Richmond", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 171-172)
Untitledi"Hasten, postman; quickly run", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 172)
Untitledi"O postman, as you hope for grace", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 172)
Winter-- Songs to the Chimaerai"Who call'd the dim Chimaera once (1893)", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 173-174)
Towards the Source : 1894-97 : 13i"I saw my life as whitest flame", Christopher Brennan , 1897 single work poetry (p. 175)
Glossesi"Punctuation is a curse", Christopher Brennan , 1963 single work poetry (p. 175-176)

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