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Issue Details: First known date: 1968... vol. 27 no. 3 Spring 1968 of Meanjin est. 1940 Meanjin Quarterly
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* Contents derived from the 1968 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Henry Lawson and Hannah Thornburn, Colin Roderick , single work criticism (p. 74-89)
Sand in the Glassi"Milk whispers me awake.", Anne Holman , single work poetry (p. 272)
May, 1819i"I think I might be a critic and live pretty comfortable,", J. M. Couper , single work poetry (p. 273)
Dutch Landscapes, 17th Centuryi"Doubtless, they've their boats--", J. M. Couper , single work poetry (p. 273)
The Fellowship of All Flesh : The Fiction of Frank Dalby Davison, Harry Payne Heseltine , single work criticism biography (p. 275-290)
The Shelli"If the whole world might shrink to this round shell", Nancy Cato , single work poetry (p. 318)
The Birdcage Man, Rodney Hall , single work short story (p. 336-342)
William Alexander Osborne, Oscar Mendelsohn , single work biography (p. 343-350)
Battalions Mass in the Hills Cavei"Battalions mass in the hills.", Roland Robinson , single work poetry (p. 350)
The Sacred Sea-Cowi"'Sea Fever', he called it--the call of those grey years", Bryn Griffiths , single work poetry (p. 357)
Rendez-Vous With the End of an Age, Catherine Duncan , single work short story historical fiction (p. 358-364)
Encounters with the Great : The Prime Minister, Alan Seymour , single work biography (p. 361-367)
Reverie of a Swimmeri"`How could I ever be found?", Bruce Dawe , single work poetry (p. 364)
Protest and Anaesthesia, Douglas Kirsner , single work essay

'The continuing series of articles on the 'Temperament of Generations'. The paternalistic view of society as people being passive recipients of goods and government is discussed. Modern radicals feel transformation of society in a socialist and democratic direction to be essential.'  (Publication abstract)

(p. 365-371)
Dissent and Activism : A Personal View, Petro Georgiou , Josef Szwarc , single work essay

'The continuing series of articles on the 'Temperament of Generations'. The three major types of dissenters and the roles that they play are discussed. The question of one's own involvement in issue-oriented activism depends on the nature of the issue concerned.'  (Publication abstract)

(p. 371-375)
The Generations Gap, Alex Carey , single work essay

'The continuing series of articles on the 'Temperament of Generations'. The tendency to look upon the Australian youth with remorseless esteem is discussed. The author disputes a generation gap, saying that the youth of the day are just as conservative as their parents.'  (Publication abstract)

(p. 375-381)

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