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Issue Details: First known date: 1974... vol. 34 no. 3 September 1974 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1974 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Skiapod and the Eye : Patrick White's "The Eye of the Storm", Peter Beatson , single work criticism (p. 219-232)
Four Poems of Evening : 1 Days: 9i"The long bars of the later setting", Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 233)
Four Poems of Evening, Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 233-236)
Four Poems of Evening : 2 Days : 37i"The salt stickiness", Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 234)
Four Poems of Evening : 3 Day 46 Days : 46i"It is that hour of the early evening", Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 235)
Note: With title: Four Poems of Evening : 3
Four Poems of Evening : 4 Days : 44i"Cicadas from somewhere close by", Bruce Beaver , single work poetry (p. 236)
Tell Churchill That T. George McDowell is on His Feet, Frank Moorhouse , single work short story satire (p. 237-243)
The Quick Quick Slow Brown Fox Trot : Entrechati"I'd've thought you'd like him. Dickie and me've", Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 244)
The Quick Quick Slow Brown Fox Trot, Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 244-247)
The Quick Quick Slow Brown Fox Trot : Appassionatai"Up to here I have left out God; that's understandable", Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 245)
The Quick Quick Slow Brown Fox Trot : The Falli"After spending what I count to be", Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 246)
The Quick Quick Slow Brown Fox Trot : Jack and the Beanstalki"You know I'm practically illiterate :", Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 247)
The Eye of the Needle : Patrick White's Recent Novels, A. P. Riemer , single work criticism (p. 248-266)
Helikonian Poseidoni"Fishermen, in a certain light,", Rosemary Dobson , single work poetry (p. 267)
Stablehand to Asclepiusi"Oh, get lost Asclepius,", Anne Bell , single work poetry (p. 268)
Forrester's First, Laurie Clancy , single work short story (p. 269-276)
It Wasn't Published as a Joint Paperi"he thought to seek", Kenneth Mackenzie , single work poetry (p. 277)
Epitaphi"Someone buried him here in fertile ground", Ian Mudie , single work poetry (p. 278)
A Few Words for Maxii"Dear Maxi, it's already seven years", Vivian Smith , single work poetry (p. 279)
His Natural Life and the Capacities of Melodrama, John F. Burrows , single work criticism
Burrows looks at His Natural Life as a melodramatic vision that derived from English and French fiction and seeks to describe what makes good melodrama. The audience and their recognition of conventions supplied by the author are very important, but Burrows argues that "when the susurrus of the pathetic fallacy is shut out of mind" there remains echoes of Romanticism and the sublime. Despite the narrative instability caused by Clarke's occasional use of antithetical figures (which challenges readers' conventional views), Rufus Dawes' fate stabilizes his character as a hero of melodrama.
(p. 280-301)

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