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'It’s almost a cliché that the fundamental divide in Australian poetry is between the city and the country. Yet there is a third space here, an unacknowledged and under-discussed hybrid that is the majoritarian existence in Australia, namely the suburbs. For poetry to avoid being ‘a narrow kind of talk’, the suburbs must be considered more extensively. The suburbs moreover are not simply Australian.' (Author's introduction)

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