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Issue Details: First known date: 1977... vol. 37 no. 1 March 1977 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1977 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
So That's What Happens in Lifei"Galahs in the corn, said Cathcart,", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 15)
Portrait of a Man of Sentiment: Kenneth Slessor, Livio Dobrez , single work criticism (p. 16-32)
Death of the Poet: In Memory of James McAuley 15.10.1976i"Sitting at lunch in Redfern, sheets", Miles Little , single work poetry (p. 33)
The Theme of Revelation : Patrick White's Novels, Cecil Hadgraft , single work criticism (p. 34-46)
On Hearing the Celtic Harpi"There are no words. There are hoarse", Roland Robinson , single work poetry (p. 47)
Life is a Discontinuous Narrative, Nancy Keesing , single work short story (p. 48-59)
Variations on Garnier's Perpetuum Mobilei"The moon", Vivian Smith , single work poetry (p. 60)
And Afterwards at the Trocadero, Donald Hutley , single work short story (p. 61-66)
Spacei"One must despair of space should homespun thought", Robert D. FitzGerald , single work poetry (p. 66)
Poems After Paul Celan : Menhiri"Growing", Vivian Smith , single work poetry (p. 67)
'Bring Larks and Heroes' : The Moral and the Dream, Frances McInherny , single work criticism (p. 68-75)
A New Day's Suni"One of those breeds of fowls that clutch", John Blight , single work poetry (p. 76)
Privileged, Authentic, Transcendent, Arcane: Limits of Naturalism in Some Contemporary Australian Plays, Judith Barbour , single work criticism (p. 77-92)
Footsteps Crying in Early Infancy : 53i"Unwilling footsteps crunch across the drive.", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 92)
Epitaph, Sharona Walters , single work short story (p. 93-96)
Jacarandai"Is it the lover creating those images", Roland Robinson , single work poetry (p. 96)
Narrative Technique in Lawson's Joe Wilson Stories, John Maddocks , single work criticism
Maddocks argues that Joe Wilson, as narrator, attains the balance of objectivity and imaginative evocation sought in Lawson's earlier fiction. The subject of the stories in Joe Wilson and His Mates is Joe Wilson's consciousness as it vacillates between objectivity and personal reminiscence.
(p. 97-107)
Post Operativei""It's a tricky job, none too easy"", Anne Lloyd , single work poetry (p. 107)
The Entertaineri"The sand modeller always began by heaping the sand", Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 108-110)
Sparesi"An old VW is impaled, a head on a tenfoot pole,", Andrew McDonald , single work poetry (p. 110)

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