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Is part of Recent Suburbanism : Some Recent Reviews of Australian Poetry Books Robert Wood , 2018 series - author review (number 5 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Life After International Regionalism : John Kinsella’s Graphology
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'If one wanted to, one could find antecedents for Suburbanism anywhere in the network — Romanticism, Modernism, Negritude, Tabi, Sangaam have all mattered as cohesive bodies of poetic thought. But it is important to look closer to home, to interrogate a discourse that matters in ‘Australia’, namely John Kinsella’s ‘international regionalism’. '  (Introduction)

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