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'IN this brief essay I will try to consider four of the questions posed by the Poets Union, concerning the range of contemporary Australian poetry, its schools, its relation to tradition, and to the international context.'

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    y separately published work icon Five Bells vol. 15-16 no. 4/1 Spring/Summer 2008 Z1579227 2008 periodical issue Festival double issue which incorporates papers from the Sydney Writers' Festival and the Australian Poetry Festival for 2008. 2008 pg. 112-114
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