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Issue Details: First known date: 1977... vol. 21 no. 3 March 1977 of Quadrant est. 1957 Quadrant
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  • A special issue subtitled 'A Tribute to James McAuley', founding editor of the journal who died in 1976. In addition to the items listed below, the issue contains cartoons, photographs and musical score for a poem by D. H. Lawrence.


* Contents derived from the 1977 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
In Memoriam : J. P. M. 1976i"Sleep sound here, brother, by your tranquil bay!", A. D. Hope , single work poetry (p. 4)
The Editor, Vivian Smith , single work obituary (p. 13-14)
A Sort of Lifeline, Grahame Johnston , single work obituary (p. 14)
Graeme Johnstone, Leonie Kramer , single work obituary
Brief obituary for Graeme Johnstone who died shortly after finishing "A Sort of Lifeline" for this special issue of Quadrant.
(p. 14)
Gentleness, Gwen Harwood , single work obituary (p. 15-16)
Per Omnia Saecula Saeculorumi"Thirty years and the night's", Peter Skrzynecki , single work poetry (p. 16)
Time Out of Mindi"Time out of mind", James McAuley , single work poetry (p. 18)
Letters from a Young Poet, Dorothy Green , single work criticism (p. 18-21)
The Cardiff Commonwealth Arts Festival Poetry Conference 1965, Recalled (a Memory of Gareth's)i"Three a.m., Tiger Bay. In the only", Les Murray , single work poetry (p. 21)
Remembering James McAuleyi"Under the clear sunlight of December,", Geraldine Thompson , single work poetry (p. 21)
Resurrectioni"Limbs bent, foliage flat,", Graeme Hetherington , single work poetry (p. 21)
Captain Quiros : James McAuley and Celsus Kelly, O.F.M., Gerald Bushell , single work criticism
"Defines his purpose as the tracing of sources that provided inspiration for ... McAuley's 'most extensive work'. Shows how the historian and the poet converge in this work, which is accurate in detail, mystical in its intent." (Robert Ross, Australian Literary Criticism, 1945-1988, p. 253.)
(p. 24-29)
Two Tasmanian Painters Remember, Max Angus , single work obituary (p. 30)
Two Tasmanian Painters Remember, Patricia Giles , single work obituary (p. 30)
In a Private Requiem, Donald Horne , single work obituary (p. 31-32)
In Memoriam (for James McAuley)i"Your almost final words cling", John Kelly , single work poetry (p. 32)
In Memory of James McAuleyi"Order lives on; order as fruit of toil.", Charles Higham , single work poetry (p. 32)
Self-Portrait, Newcastle, 1942...i"First day, by the open window,", James McAuley , single work poetry (p. 45)
Numbers and Makesi"The house we lived in faced the western line.", James McAuley , single work poetry (p. 45)
Valei"Greengrocer and black prince in shrilling choir", James McAuley , single work poetry (p. 45)

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