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Glaucus, Son of Minos single work   poetry   "His young son is lost--Minos"
  • Author:agent Diane Fahey http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/fahey-diane
Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 Glaucus, Son of Minos
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    y separately published work icon Metamorphoses Diane Fahey , Sydney : Dangaroo Press , 1988 Z102708 1988 selected work poetry Sydney : Dangaroo Press , 1988
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    y separately published work icon Pictures from an Exhibition Paul Kavanagh (editor), Newcastle : University of Newcastle , 1989 Z31410 1989 anthology poetry Newcastle : University of Newcastle , 1989 pg. 37-38
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    y separately published work icon Listening to a Far Sea Diane Fahey , Alexandria : Hale and Iremonger , 1998 Z439176 1998 selected work poetry Alexandria : Hale and Iremonger , 1998 pg. 15
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    y separately published work icon Feminist Poetics of the Sacred : Creative Suspicions Frances Devlin-Glass (editor), Lyn McCredden (editor), Oxford : Oxford University Press , 2001 Z920858 2001 anthology criticism An interdisciplinary volume presenting a multicultural study of ancient and contemporary texts that explore the relationship between women and the sacred. Using modern critical methods such as feminist theory, poststructuralism, and the new historicisms, the contributors examine how the ideas in these texts are being reworked within and beyond different religious traditions. The roles, actions, writings, and beliefs of women in pre-Christian, Christian, Islamic, indigenous, and neo-pagan contenxts are considered. Building on three decades of feminist research, the contributions explore such areas as goddess worship, indigenous spiritualities, ecofeminism, biblical hermeneutics, Christian and Islamic mysticism, subversive poetics, and mythological systems of the mainstream and outside it. Creative Suspicions : A Feminist Poetics of the Sacred Oxford : Oxford University Press , 2001 pg. 236-237
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