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Contents

* Contents derived from the North Ryde, Ryde - Gladesville - Hunters Hill area, Northwest Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,:Angus and Robertson , 1989 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Out Backi""Gooday," said Bill; "Gooday," said Joe", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 2)
Epistle to McLernoni"An eyebrow I've to celebrate in verse,", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 3-5)
Out Back (No 2)i""Well, fan my brow!" said Bill, pushed back", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 5-6)
Harry Pearcei"I sat beside the red stock route", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 6)
Men in Greeni"There were fifteen men in green,", David Campbell , single work poetry war literature (p. 7-8)
The Stockmani"The sun was in the summer grass,", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 8-9)
Morse at Midnighti"Waking in your midnight bed", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 9-10)
Winter Stock Routei"Here where red dust rose", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 10)
Summer Summeri"When hatters talk to ears of grain", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 11)
Eternityi"This moment chiselled out in stone", David Campbell , single work poetry war literature (p. 11)
Winteri"When magpies sing in sky and tree", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 12)
Up Northi"Oh, Bill and Joe to the north have gone,", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 12-13)
Soldier's Songi"Though I march until I drop", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 13)
The Possum and the Mooni"Where a twisted tree", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 14-15)
Old Tom Dancesi"The grass is bleached like a barmaid's hair,", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 15-16)
Conroy's Gapi"The lorry climbs towards Conroy's Gap;", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 16-17)
Let Each Ripeni"Where the horse and horseman go", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 17-18)
Small-Town Gladysi"There are rows of bottles against the glass;", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 18)
Far Other Worldsi"A white wind turns the daylight moon", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 19)
Greek Boy and Girl with Riflesi"Against the vivid drop of sky", David Campbell , single work poetry (p. 19-20)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

‘Deep Hanging Out’ : Native Species Images and Affective Labour 2017 single work
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 17 no. 1 2017;

'This paper investigates the affective labour done by, specifically, native species images in Australian poetry, using Judith Wright's bird poems, and various poems about kangaroos as example. It uses the anthropological term, "deep hanging out", borrowed from an article about fashion models, to extend the idea of affective labour, and to measure poems' attentions to birds and animals, and their relation to iconising as the work of nationalism. It is concerned with cultural capital, and Canberra, and the human empire.'  (Publication abstract)

The False Origin: Australian Poetry 1988-90 Kevin Hart , 1992 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian & New Zealand Studies in Canada , December no. 8 1992; (p. 156-164)
New Verse 1990 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Bookseller & Publisher , February vol. 69 no. 1001 1990; (p. 38)

— Review of Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry
After Poetry (7) : A Quarterly Account of Recent Poetry Kevin Hart , 1990 single work criticism
— Appears in: Overland , Summer no. 121 1990; (p. 46-54)
A Second Life Through His Work R. F. Brissenden , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Magazine , 23-24 December 1989; (p. 7)

— Review of Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry
Time's Passage and Renewal Ivor Indyk , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 25 November 1989; (p. 88)

— Review of From the Midnight Courtyard Elizabeth Riddell , 1989 selected work poetry ; Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry ; Sixty J. R. Rowland , 1989 selected work poetry
Access to Campbell, At Last Geoff Page , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 9 December 1989; (p. B9)

— Review of Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry
A Second Life Through His Work R. F. Brissenden , 1989 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian Magazine , 23-24 December 1989; (p. 7)

— Review of Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry
New Verse 1990 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Bookseller & Publisher , February vol. 69 no. 1001 1990; (p. 38)

— Review of Collected Poems David Campbell , 1989 collected work poetry
After Poetry (7) : A Quarterly Account of Recent Poetry Kevin Hart , 1990 single work criticism
— Appears in: Overland , Summer no. 121 1990; (p. 46-54)
'Speak with the Sun' : Energy, Light, and Love in the Poetry of David Campbell R. F. Brissenden , 1983 single work criticism
— Appears in: Quadrant , October vol. 27 no. 10 1983; (p. 66-71) Australian Papers : Yugoslavia, Europe and Australia 1983; (p. 203-215)
The False Origin: Australian Poetry 1988-90 Kevin Hart , 1992 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian & New Zealand Studies in Canada , December no. 8 1992; (p. 156-164)
‘Deep Hanging Out’ : Native Species Images and Affective Labour 2017 single work
— Appears in: JASAL , vol. 17 no. 1 2017;

'This paper investigates the affective labour done by, specifically, native species images in Australian poetry, using Judith Wright's bird poems, and various poems about kangaroos as example. It uses the anthropological term, "deep hanging out", borrowed from an article about fashion models, to extend the idea of affective labour, and to measure poems' attentions to birds and animals, and their relation to iconising as the work of nationalism. It is concerned with cultural capital, and Canberra, and the human empire.'  (Publication abstract)

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