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Issue Details: First known date: 1976... 1976 Parabolas : Prose Poems
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Brisbane, Queensland,:Makar Press , 1976 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Question: Is Life a Comedy...' Untitledi"QUESTION: Is life a comedy performed by tragedians, or a tragedy", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 5)
Note: First line appears: Question: is life a comedy performed by
Untitledi"Almost indistinguishable from the world, we made another world", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 6)
Note: First line reads: Almost indistinguishable from the world,
Untitledi"I can see a tall pole standing in the sand of the seashore or lake-", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 7)
Note: First line reads: I can see a tall pole standing in the sand
Untitledi"It was unforeseen and empty. We entered just after", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 8)
Untitledi"He let go of the rope and walked away. It didn't matter if they shouted", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 9)
Note: First line reads: He let go of the rope and walked away. It didn't
Untitledi"As I walked in the door they both looked up alarmed. 'No', the man", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 10)
Note: First line reads: As I walked in the door they both looked up alarmed.
Untitledi"The lens is opaque, but in other ways too it is unique. It is", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 11)
Note: First line reads: The lens is opaque, but in other ways too it is unique.
Untitledi"It was easy to invent the shape of a flame. First we took a tree,", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 12)
Note: First line reads: It was easy to invent the shape of a flame. First we
Untitledi"We were dizzy with cold and also feeling a little sick. All day the", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 13)
Note: First line reads: We were dizzy with cold and also feeling a little
Untitledi"Too close together; we are sitting too far apart. She has been looking", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 14)
Note: First line reads: Too close together, we are sitting too far apart. She
'Sit in a Dark Room...' Untitledi"Sit in a dark room and think of a refrigerator. It will help if the room", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 15)
Note: First line reads: Sit in a dark room and think of a refrigerator. It
Untitledi"Whenever we go back we end up at the breakwater. Literally. The", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 16)
Note: First line reads: Whenever we go back we end up at the break-
Untitledi"They put the lights down there as though they were laying out heaven.", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 17)
Note: First line reads: They put the lights down there as though they were
Untitledi"If you bury enough disappointment to last you the week,", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 18)
Untitledi"Instead of the dead Indians inside your television set, think of you", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 19)
Note: First line reads: Instead of the dead Indians inside your television
'You Said the Baby was Crying...' Untitledi"You said the baby was crying because of sunburn. I said it wasn't", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 20)
Note: First line reads: You said the baby was crying because of sunburn.
Untitledi"If you take it away I'll scream. What else can I do if you take it", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 21)
Note: First line reads: If you take it away I'll scream. What else can I do
Untitledi"I first heard his voice on the radio. It was a religious programme,", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 22)
Note: First line reads: I first heard his voice on the radio. It was a religious
Untitledi"What was the first noise you heard? The sound of your mother's heart", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 23)
Note: First line reads: What was the first noise you heard? The sound
Untitledi"To be about to enter a doorway. A doorway is nothing, a space", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 24)
Note: First line reads: To be about to enter a doorway. A doorway is nothing,

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

The Visionary Editor Christopher Pollnitz , 1979 single work review
— Appears in: Southerly , December vol. 39 no. 4 1979; (p. 462-478)

— Review of Death's Directives Bruce Beaver , 1978 single work sequence poetry ; Remembering the Rural Life Gary Catalano , 1978 selected work poetry ; Idols of the Market Place and Other Poems Donald Moore , 1978 selected work poetry ; Friendly Street Poetry Reader No.2 1978 anthology poetry ; Under Cover Agent Ian Reid , 1978 selected work poetry ; Invitation to a Marxist Lesbian Party Lee Cataldi , 1978 selected work poetry ; Knabel Vicki Viidikas , 1978 selected work poetry ; Under the Weather Laurie Duggan , 1978 selected work poetry ; The Gods Ash Their Cigarettes S. K. Kelen , 1978 selected work poetry ; Cup Full of River Billy Jones , 1978 selected work poetry ; Blindspot John Jenkins , 1977 selected work poetry ; Collecting the Weather Geoff Page , 1978 selected work poetry ; Life Death and Some Words About Them Viv Kitson , 1978 selected work poetry ; Parabolas : Prose Poems Andrew Taylor , 1976 selected work poetry ; The Aviary : Poems (1975-1977) Peter Skrzynecki , 1978 selected work poetry ; Replacing Mirrors Graham Rowlands , 1975 selected work poetry ; Foot Falls and Notes Philip Hammial , 1976 selected work poetry ; HongKong Suicide and Other Poems Cornelis Vleeskens , 1976 selected work poetry
The Visionary Editor Christopher Pollnitz , 1979 single work review
— Appears in: Southerly , December vol. 39 no. 4 1979; (p. 462-478)

— Review of Death's Directives Bruce Beaver , 1978 single work sequence poetry ; Remembering the Rural Life Gary Catalano , 1978 selected work poetry ; Idols of the Market Place and Other Poems Donald Moore , 1978 selected work poetry ; Friendly Street Poetry Reader No.2 1978 anthology poetry ; Under Cover Agent Ian Reid , 1978 selected work poetry ; Invitation to a Marxist Lesbian Party Lee Cataldi , 1978 selected work poetry ; Knabel Vicki Viidikas , 1978 selected work poetry ; Under the Weather Laurie Duggan , 1978 selected work poetry ; The Gods Ash Their Cigarettes S. K. Kelen , 1978 selected work poetry ; Cup Full of River Billy Jones , 1978 selected work poetry ; Blindspot John Jenkins , 1977 selected work poetry ; Collecting the Weather Geoff Page , 1978 selected work poetry ; Life Death and Some Words About Them Viv Kitson , 1978 selected work poetry ; Parabolas : Prose Poems Andrew Taylor , 1976 selected work poetry ; The Aviary : Poems (1975-1977) Peter Skrzynecki , 1978 selected work poetry ; Replacing Mirrors Graham Rowlands , 1975 selected work poetry ; Foot Falls and Notes Philip Hammial , 1976 selected work poetry ; HongKong Suicide and Other Poems Cornelis Vleeskens , 1976 selected work poetry
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