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Alternative title: War and Peace
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... vol. 75 no. 3 2016 of Long Paddock est. 2007 Long Paddock
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Two Livesi"i am in a different caste so", Grant Cochrane , single work poetry
Recognitioni"My uncle and aunt", Eva Collins , single work poetry
The Waltzi"At the gala ball", Eva Collins , single work poetry
One ANZAC Minutei"just for one minute", Lucy Czerwiec , single work poetry
Lance Corporal Leonard Maurice Keysori"When the pale dust cleared & his numbed mind", B. R. Dionysius , single work poetry
Corporal Alexander Stewart Burtoni"When he was a child, on those rare occasions,", single work poetry
Brooklyni"Pigeon on the roof: detritus of vanguard moments.", Cassie Lewis , single work
Blessed with Beauty and Gracei"B is for Beauty", Gita Mammen , single work poetry
A Glass Ceilingi"bird fallen unperched & winded", Ron Pretty , single work poetry
Caesarea Maritimai"Wonder, my dear, at the abandoned", Erin Martine Sessions , single work poetry
The Walki"Until I walked it every day", Ali Smith , single work poetry
Come Back Down Herei"later too frail", Rodney Williams , single work poetry
Teaching and Telling World War I, Annelise Balsamo , single work essay
“Whichever and Whatever It Was” : Rendering War and Peace in Australian WWI Narratives, Clare Rhoden , single work essay
'Australian narratives of World War I (WWI) reflect a different but characteristic commemoration of that event. While the best (to modern eyes) novels of WWI present a comprehensive picture of disillusionment, futility and waste, Australian stories proffer the view that the war was worthwhile, and that the sacrifices of the Anzacs were honourable and justified. In placing WWI as a salient marker denoting the origin of the nation, Australian texts diverge from the revered WWI canon’s convincing portrayal of the war as a symbol of civilisation’s demise. Even accepting this divergence, however, there is much in Australian narratives that amplifies the memorialisation of the war in Australian society.' (Introduction)
As Sheep To War : A Memoir, David Frost , single work autobiography
Between Bells, More Than a Poet Is Summoned, Greg Lewis , single work autobiography
Black April, Sheila Ngoc Pham , single work autobiography
The Eagle, Mark O'Flynn , single work short story
Tomorrow, Fikret Pajalic , single work short story
Dive, Mathew Abud , single work short story

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