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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Isolation, Breavement & Love of Landscape: Leonie Bingham Reviews ‘Green Shadows and Other Poems’ by Gerald Murnane
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'Gerald Murnane’s latest literary offering, Green Shadows and Other Poems, is the octogenarian’s poignant homage to a life spent in rural Victoria. This forty-five poem collection is deeply personal, and a departure from Murnane’s previous novels, short stories, and 2015 memoir, Something for the Pain. After a lengthy hiatus from poetry, he returned to the form after moving to inland Goroke in 2009 upon the death of his wife. There he took up residence in a shed in his son’s backyard.' (Introduction)

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