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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Three References to Mountains in Literature
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    y separately published work icon Mountain Secrets Joan Fenney (editor), Port Adelaide : Ginninderra Press , 2019 17689367 2019 anthology poetry

    'Mountains are constant but continually changing. Captive to the seasons, they reveal many faces: in winter shrouded in snow and mist, yet so visibly majestic in the summer months that they appear to touch the sky. Lost in clouds at times, so discernible at others. Places of solitude yet at the mercy of mountaineers who swarm them. Both revered and feared; mystical and earthy; elusive but tangible. Does the mystery of mountains lie in the many paradoxes that surround them?

    'Join more than 150 poets from across Australia in a tantalising exploration of mountains around the world, real and imagined, literal and figurative.'  (Publication summary)

    Port Adelaide : Ginninderra Press , 2019
    pg. 115
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