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Casual Dinner for Seven single work   poetry   "I definitely think, he said,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1987... 1987 Casual Dinner for Seven
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    y separately published work icon Up From Below : Poems of the 1980s Nancy J. Corbett (editor), Barbara Petrie (editor), Irene Coates (editor), Broadway : Women's Redress Press , 1987 Z361049 1987 anthology poetry Broadway : Women's Redress Press , 1987 pg. 359
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    y separately published work icon Three's Company : Poems Deborah McCulloch , Donna McSkimming , Elizabeth Ward , Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1992 Z314704 1992 selected work poetry Introduction by Kay Schaffer, 15.1.1992. ' The volume is divided into three sections, each one dealing with a different dimension of women's experience. The first section takes up social, political and environmental themes....The second section, 'cinnabar dreams', turns inward to the inevitable themes of love and lust...These final poems reflect the collected wisdom of ripe and wisened feminists involved in public and private battles over time.' Adelaide Kent Town : Friendly Street Poets Wakefield Press , 1992 pg. 59
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