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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 The Space of Poetry : Australian Essays on Contemporary Poetics
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Parkville, Parkville - Carlton area, Melbourne - North, Melbourne, Victoria,:University of Melbourne. Dept. of English , 1996 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Poetry and the Common Tongue, Chris Wallace-Crabbe , 1996 single work criticism (p. 69-80)
Borders in Space: Performing Crossings, Amanda Wilson , 1996 single work criticism biography (p. 81-100)
The Spoken and the Written Poem: Portrait of the Woman as a Young Poet, Rosemary Huisman , 1996 single work criticism biography (p. 101-110)
Untimely Meditations (from Lecture: Untimely Meditations (Tentative Title)), Ken Bolton , 1996 extract (p. 111-132)
Towards a Scriptural Realism, John Scott , 1996 single work criticism (p. 133-142)
Poetry as Possession and Dispossession, Andrew Taylor , 1996 single work criticism (p. 143-153)
Poet as Hero? The Romantic Aesthetics of Gwen Harwood, Susan Schwartz , 1996 single work criticism biography (p. 155-169)
J.S. Harry's Imaginary Pelicans : Translations on the Poetic Canvas, Rose Lucas , 1996 single work criticism (p. 171-181)
Les Murray: The National Aesthetic and the Space of Poetry, Paul Washington , 1996 single work criticism biography (p. 183-194)
Ut Cinema Poesis: Cinematism and John Tranter's `The Floor of Heaven', Philip Mead , 1996 single work criticism (p. 195-216)

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Kristevan Intertextuality and John Scott's Warra Warra : Examining the Mosaic, Uncovering the Political and Revealing a New Plurality Suzie Cardwell , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 71 no. 3 2011; (p. 174-187)
In 1966, early in her research career, Julia Kristeva began working on a commentary of the Russian formalist, Mikhail Bakhtin. Bakhtin's ideas of "dialogism" and "carnival" struck a powerful note: "At the beginning of my research, when I was writing a commentary on Bakhtin, I had the feeling ... we had reached an important point in moving beyond structuralism". Her commentary first introduced the term "intertextuality" into literary theory. It is difficult to under - estimate the impact of Kristeva's ideas, coming at a time when theorists and practitioners were moving away from the rigid forms and ideas imposed by structuralism. Kristeva's presentation, and subsequent publication of a revised version in 1969 as Word, Dialogue and Novel, saw the beginning of the widespread adoption and absorption of the ideas of intertextuality, setting the stage for the movement toward the earliest forms of post-structuralism.' (Author's abstract)
The Last Sacred Site? Philip Salom , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , September no. 184 1996; (p. 47-48)

— Review of The Space of Poetry : Australian Essays on Contemporary Poetics 1996 anthology criticism biography
The Last Sacred Site? Philip Salom , 1996 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , September no. 184 1996; (p. 47-48)

— Review of The Space of Poetry : Australian Essays on Contemporary Poetics 1996 anthology criticism biography
Kristevan Intertextuality and John Scott's Warra Warra : Examining the Mosaic, Uncovering the Political and Revealing a New Plurality Suzie Cardwell , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 71 no. 3 2011; (p. 174-187)
In 1966, early in her research career, Julia Kristeva began working on a commentary of the Russian formalist, Mikhail Bakhtin. Bakhtin's ideas of "dialogism" and "carnival" struck a powerful note: "At the beginning of my research, when I was writing a commentary on Bakhtin, I had the feeling ... we had reached an important point in moving beyond structuralism". Her commentary first introduced the term "intertextuality" into literary theory. It is difficult to under - estimate the impact of Kristeva's ideas, coming at a time when theorists and practitioners were moving away from the rigid forms and ideas imposed by structuralism. Kristeva's presentation, and subsequent publication of a revised version in 1969 as Word, Dialogue and Novel, saw the beginning of the widespread adoption and absorption of the ideas of intertextuality, setting the stage for the movement toward the earliest forms of post-structuralism.' (Author's abstract)
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