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Is part of Recent Suburbanism : Some Recent Reviews of Australian Poetry Books Robert Wood , 2018 series - author review (number 0 in series)
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'This essay emerged from a general and particular set of feelings, concerns, observations about philosophy and poetics. Although it situates itself in regards to ‘Australia’, its primary target is not contemporary poetry that sees itself as being from that place. This subject is simply an entry point for cultivating an interpretive lens that responds to our world now. It offers commentary on individual books as well as the discourses that surround them. Yet when read together I hope that the essay will accumulate into an understanding of language, change and status that allows the reader to contemplate power and place.' (Introduction)

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