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Issue Details: First known date: 1967... vol. 27 no. 4 1967 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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* Contents derived from the 1967 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Lament for a Death by Euthanasia, Helen Haenke , single work short story

'An account of the possible birth and death of a disabled child. The "child" is most likely the author's efforts at writing.' (Source: Adapted from the Helen Haenke Short Stories Table - Fryer Library, University of Queensland) 

(p. 227-231)
Of Studiesi"Let me have other men's thoughts; for there are left", Robert D. FitzGerald , single work poetry (p. 232)
Poetry in Australia: R.D. Fitzgerald, John Thompson (interviewer), single work interview biography (p. 233-242)
The Poetry of R.D. FitzGerald, G. A. Wilkes , single work criticism biography (p. 243-258)
Keepersi"Keepers this morning crept early,", Roger McDonald , single work poetry (p. 259)
Harbour Tidesi"The harbour is a massive living body", Geoffrey Morris , single work poetry (p. 259)
Nationalism and Internationalism, Robert D. FitzGerald , single work criticism (p. 260-265)
Covenantersi"Backside broke the hill.", J. M. Couper , single work poetry (p. 265)
English Literature in Early Australia : 1820-1829, Elizabeth Webby , single work criticism (p. 266-285)
Sonnets to a Middle-Aged Lady (from a Sequence) : 10i"Give me a little room within my bed.", J. J. Allbauer , single work poetry (p. 286)
Sonnets to a Middle-Aged Lady (from a Sequence) : 30i"You know, these froward [sic] moods that injure me", J. J. Allbauer , single work poetry (p. 286)
Sonnets to a Middle-Aged Lady (from a Sequence) : 40i"Yes, I will speak of love, if love-talk pleases-", J. J. Allbauer , single work poetry (p. 287)
Sonnets to a Middle-Aged Lady (from a Sequence) : 46i"So we must part : not that I love you less,", J. J. Allbauer , single work poetry (p. 287)
The Dance and Mr Emery, Pat Veitch , single work short story (p. 288-292)
Madnessi"So this is what they meant.", David Ireland , single work poetry (p. 292)
New Poetry: Old Preoccupations, Ronald T. Dunlop , single work review
— Review of Who is Wheeling Grandma? Laurence Collinson , 1967 selected work poetry ; Eyewitness : Poems Rodney Hall , 1967 selected work poetry ; Isis in Search Joan Mas , 1966 selected work poetry ; Sheaf Tosser and Other Poems Eric Rolls , 1967 selected work poetry ;
(p. 293-296)
Happy and Unhappy, Derek Whitelock , single work review
— Review of Happiness : Selected Short Stories Katharine Susannah Prichard , 1967 selected work short story ; Subtle Flame Katharine Susannah Prichard , 1967 single work novel ;
(p. 296-298)
[Review] Henry Lawson : Collected Verse, Dennis Douglas , single work review
— Review of Henry Lawson : Collected Verse : Vol.I 1885-1900 Henry Lawson , 1967 selected work poetry ;
(p. 298-299)
Australian Literature : Notes : A Source for "John Price's Bar of Steel", Joan Poole , single work column (p. 300-301)

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