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Earth Hour single work   poetry   "It is on our hands, it is in our mouths at every breath, how not"
  • Author:agent David Malouf http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/malouf-david
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Earth Hour
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    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Poems 2013 Lisa Gorton (editor), Collingwood : Black Inc. , 2013 6049548 2013 selected work poetry (taught in 2 units) Collingwood : Black Inc. , 2013 pg. 58
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    y separately published work icon Earth Hour David Malouf , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2014 6858541 2014 selected work poetry

    'In his first full volume of poetry since Typewriter Music in 2007, David Malouf once again shows us why he is one of Australia's most enduring and respected writers.' (Publisher's blurb)

    St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2014
    pg. 51
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    y separately published work icon The Weekend Australian 22-23 February 2014 7067683 2014 newspaper issue 2014 pg. 17 Section: Review
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    y separately published work icon Mascara Literary Review no. 15 May 2014 7424708 2014 periodical issue 2014
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    y separately published work icon Humanities Australia no. 7 2016 10422152 2016 periodical issue

    ''Welcome to the 2016 edition of Humanities Australia which again aims to present a small sample of the outstanding research and writing being carried out by humanities scholars and arts practitioners in Australia and internationally. Several of the essays this year deal with interactions between the human and natural worlds, involving the hunting and collecting of animals and insects, across various times and cultures. Others deal with the hunting and collecting of information, whether in fifteenth-century Florence or contemporary Australia. This remains an essential part of humanities scholarship despite the vast difference between an illuminated manuscript and a computer database.' (Editorial Introduction)

    2016
    pg. 6-7
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