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Ode for the Queen's Birth-Day, 1813 single work   poetry   "RETIR'D within the silent Glen,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1813... 1813 Ode for the Queen's Birth-Day, 1813
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Notes

  • At foot of poem: 'New South Wales, Jan. 18, 1813.'

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Mopping and Mowing in the Mulga Robert Dixon , 1978 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hemisphere , December vol. 22 no. 12 1978; (p. 6-11)
Dixon discusses the way in which the colonial writers and artists merged classical allusion and local landscape, so that landscape was conceived 'in iconographic terms; in the manner of a traditional multi-level allegory' (p).
Mopping and Mowing in the Mulga Robert Dixon , 1978 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hemisphere , December vol. 22 no. 12 1978; (p. 6-11)
Dixon discusses the way in which the colonial writers and artists merged classical allusion and local landscape, so that landscape was conceived 'in iconographic terms; in the manner of a traditional multi-level allegory' (p).
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