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Issue Details: First known date: 1977... vol. 37 no. 2 June 1977 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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* Contents derived from the 1977 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Fringe of Leaves : Civilization by the Skin of Our Own Teeth, Veronica Brady , 1977 single work criticism (p. 123-140)
Left Boweri"My grandfathers never doubted that they were", Leon Slade , 1977 single work poetry (p. 141)
Towards an Australian Modernism : New Writings of Kris Hemensley, Jim Tulip , 1977 single work criticism (p. 142-151)
Some Phrases 'A Love Story for Tranter'i"'I am so pleased with you, she said,", Robert Adamson , 1977 single work poetry The Act of Dedication : Some Phrases, A Love Story for Tranter (p. 152-153)
Our Friend Raelene, Rosemary Auchmuty , 1977 single work short story (p. 154-161)
The Mother-in-Law of the Marquis de Sadei"To sit people on gas-stove jets,", Jennifer Maiden , 1977 single work poetry (p. 162)
Poor Fellow My Country : Herbert's Masterpiece?, Laurie Clancy , 1977 single work criticism (p. 163-175)
Sportsfield at Milperrai"A week after the floods", Peter Skrzynecki , 1977 single work poetry (p. 176-177)
Easter Saturday Vigili"Brief moments of prayer", Peter Skrzynecki , 1977 single work poetry (p. 177)
Fold After Fold, Gwen Kelly , 1977 single work short story (p. 178-182)
At Eveningi"White birds winging homewards", Bruce Beaver , 1977 single work poetry Nightfall (p. 183)
Narrator and Outsider in Trap and Johnno, Helen Daniel , 1977 single work criticism (p. 184-195)
Benjamin Britten (1913-1926)i""To be a young man again: the envious eyes", Thomas Shapcott , 1977 single work poetry (p. 196)
They All Like Going to the Pictures to See Charlton Heston, Barry Waters , 1977 single work short story (p. 197-208)
His Versioni"But Actaeon was able to persuade his hounds", Andrew McDonald , 1977 single work poetry (p. 208)
Two Shots at the Ballad : Broonie's Kettlei"The Sheriff rode up to the high farm-toun.", J. M. Couper , 1977 single work poetry (p. 209-210)
Twenty Years of Sydneyi"It's twenty years of Sydney to the month", Vivian Smith , 1977 single work poetry (p. 210)
Power in Dark Places: "The Fortunes of Richard Mahony", Brian McFarlane , 1977 single work criticism
McFarlane finds that Richardson's prose is at its best in "the darkest places" of the trilogy where the "giant trap" of life closes on "individual human lives". These scenes are especially powerful when they foreshadow events later in the book, but they are often deflated by superfluous comment and loose prose, leaving only particular sections of the trilogy worthy of commendation.
(p. 211-228)
Henry Handel Richardson's "Maurice Guest"-- and "A Neglected Masterpiece", Noel Macainsh , 1977 single work criticism (p. 229-230)
A Neglected Masterpiece, Noel Macainsh , A. G. van Kranendonk , 1977 single work criticism (p. 231-240)

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