y Lemuria periodical issue  
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Issue Details: First known date: 2006 vol. 1 no. 1 Winter 2006 of Lemuria est. 2006
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* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Blessings, Les Murray , 2006 single work prose
Les Murray offers blessings for this inaugural issue of Lemuria. He explains that his poem 'The Conversations' is the only one of his to mention lemurs 'those great-eyed denizens of Madagascar, which along with India and Sumatra formed part of the mythical continent of Lemuria' (4).
(p. 4)
The Conversationsi"A full moon always rises at sunset", Les Murray , 2006 single work poetry (p. 4)
'A Fringe of Leaves' : The Edge of the Sacred, Bill Ashcroft , 2006 single work criticism
Ashcroft reads Patrick White's A Fringe of Leaves for its exploration of 'a different way of experiencing the sacred' (6).
(p. 5-18)
Committed Correspondents : Christina Stead and William Blake, Michael Wilding , 2006 single work criticism
Wilding reads the letters exchanged between Stead and Blake and concludes that they are 'important in redressing the misleading account of Christina perpetrated in the unsatisfactory biography of Stead by Hazel Rowley' (25).
(p. 19-25)
Donela Gap (Coongan River)i"Two rainbow birds, last year's fledglings,", Mark O'Connor , 2006 single work poetry (p. 26-28)
Pilbara Story, Mark O'Connor , 2006 sequence poetry (p. 26-31)
Marble Bari"Twisted barley-sugar rock,", Mark O'Connor , 2006 single work poetry (p. 28-29)
Dragonfliesi"The red dragonfly poses, his tight striations", Mark O'Connor , 2006 single work poetry (p. 29)
Pilbara Redi"The rock's red answers the sun's red-iron", Mark O'Connor , 2006 single work poetry (p. 29-31)
Lemuria and Australian Dreams of an Inland Sea, Michael Cathcart , 2006 single work criticism
Cathcart reads a range of 'Lemurian novels,' examining their 'uncomplicated optimism about the future of White Australia, their trust that the key to that future lay beneath the earth, in the Great Australian Basin, and their attempts to grapple with the deadly impact of colonisation on the Aborigines who resisted' (44).
(p. 32-47)
Yale-Chennai Link : An Indo-Australian Perspective, Alur Janaki Ram , 2006 single work criticism (p. 48-51)
The Juggler and My Motheri"He throws his cleavers in the air,", Alan Gould , 2005 single work poetry (p. 52)
My Town Takes Its Chancei"Our sun is now an orange fish", Alan Gould , 2006 single work poetry (p. 53)
The Demoniseri"This courtier was nerveless, snide,", Alan Gould , 2006 single work poetry (p. 54)
Australian Literature and the Making of History, Paul Sharrad , 2006 single work criticism
Sharrad in this essay discusses a wide range of Australian fiction with attention to its negotiations with history. Sharrad says that the struggle of the writers he examines 'has been both to recover and reject history' (72-73). Through fiction, history is brought to life but 'lest we become trapped by the tyranny of the past, the writer has also to perform literary exorcisms that will free the future from the hauntings which currently still visit the Australian national present' (73).
(p. 55-74)
'Things Happen...' in the Poetry of Philip Hodgins, Alan Gould , 2006 single work criticism (p. 75-79)
Golden Leaves : Memory and Sobriety in Chris Wallace-Crabbe's Poetry, Cassandra Atherton , 2006 single work criticism
Atherton's article incorporates readings from a range of Wallace-Crabbe's published work, as well as from 'The Serious Songs' which is to be published in 2007.
(p. 80-88)
Roadside Grassi"a minstrel trails his guitar across the Monaro", Philip Mead , 2006 single work poetry (p. 89)
With Les at Pushkar...i"An albino-ed baboo opened", Anurag Sharma , 2006 single work poetry (p. 98)
Bahadouri"The sun stamps shadows against the wall", Judith Beveridge , 1997-1998 single work poetry (p. 99-100)
Note: With first line: The sun stamps his shadow on the wall

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