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Introduction to the Aesthetics of Birds single work   poetry   "You will situate your troubadour, your lyre-tailed harpist, Menura superba,"
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Introduction to the Aesthetics of Birds
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  • Epigraph: “Repair to the haunts of birds on plains and mountains, forests, swamps, and lakes, and give up your time to examine the economy of the different orders of birds”, Charles Waterton in Capt. Thomas Browne’s The Taxidermist’s Manual 1853

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