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Issue Details: First known date: 1986... 1986 Be Good, Little Migrants
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    y separately published work icon Shadow in a Wall : An Anthology of Poetry and Prose Michael Anderson (editor), Tanya Brass (editor), Jennifer Dickson (editor), Anne Edgeworth (editor), Peter Lugg (editor), Bobby Saxby (editor), Canberra : ANU Poetry Workshop in association with the ANU English Department , 1986 Z96139 1986 anthology poetry short story humour Canberra : ANU Poetry Workshop in association with the ANU English Department , 1986 pg. 48
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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. 200-201
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    y separately published work icon Two Centuries of Australian Poetry Mark O'Connor (editor), Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1988 Z322247 1988 anthology poetry criticism Contains poems grouped into 18 thematic sections (19 in 2nd. ed.) ; each section has an introduction, notes and suggestions for study activities and further study. Biographical notes on authors and indexes also included. Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1988 pg. 89-90
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    y separately published work icon Growing up Asian in Australia Alice Pung (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2008 Z1496451 2008 anthology autobiography short story poetry interview extract (taught in 4 units) 'This is an anthology of writing about what it is really like to grow up Asian-Australian. Including contributions from established writers, public figures and exciting new talents, this diverse and unpredictable collection throws out the cliches and takes readers behind the stereotypes.' (Publisher's blurb) Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2008 pg. 225-226
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