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Issue Details: First known date: 1978... vol. 38 no. 2 June 1978 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1978 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Shakespearean Reference as Structural Principle in Patrick White's "The Tree of Man" and"The Eye of the Storm", Annegret Maack , J. T. Swann (translator) single work (p. 123-140)
The River : North of the Colony 1895i"With Council retired", Geoff Page , single work poetry (p. 141-142)
Departure and Return (for My Father)i"You rode the boundaries", Geoff Page , single work poetry (p. 143-144)
National and International, Vincent Buckley , single work criticism (p. 145-156)
The Death of Attilai"No one divined it but his twenty years'", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 157)
Strava : Poems on Attila and the Huns, Philip Martin , sequence poetry (p. 157-162)
Ildikoi"This last queen, a stranger", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 158)
The End of the Hunsi"The silt gathers and firms. Two years, and his whole", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 158)
Attila, Father of the Cityi"Three months of siege, food short, the army murmurs.", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 158)
Attila, Patron of the Artsi"Barbarians", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 159)
Officer of the Papal Guardi"Of course, nobody knows", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 160)
Trek of the Barbariansi"We say, they came from where", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 161)
Priscus in Old Age Recalls the Hunsi"The Huns are gone, you think ? Well, so they are:", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 161-162)
Song of a Young Roman Who Disappearedi"When the great Hun was dead", Philip Martin , single work poetry (p. 162)
Wrestling with the Angel : Judith Wright's Poetry in the 1950s, Harry Payne Heseltine , single work criticism (p. 163-171)
"Beach, Darling, Beach" : Brighton-le-Sands (for Finley)i"A year after our first try", Mark Macleod , single work poetry (p. 172)
One Sunday, Merrick Tyler , single work short story (p. 173-180)
A Honeymon Meditationi"Barefoot nine-year-old playing", Robert Gordon Hay , single work poetry (p. 181)
A Matter of Scalei"Discussing acoustics and perception, perhaps", Robert Gordon Hay , single work poetry (p. 181-182)
Man's Estatei"As a boy, had a dog once ran into a burning slack heap", Robert Gordon Hay , single work poetry (p. 182)

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