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Issue Details: First known date: 1995... vol. 7 no. 1 1995 of Antithesis est. 1987 Antithesis
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1995 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Performing the Piano: Feminism in Five Movements, Ruth Barcan , Madeleine Fogarty , single work criticism (p. 13-29)
The Australian Women's Story as a Success? Feminist Knowledges and Literary Production in the Eighties, Eleanor Hogan , single work criticism (p. 31-45)
A Conversation with John Tranter, Ronnith Morris (interviewer), single work interview (p. 148-159)
Pantoum: This New Towni"She was drinking too much, and her life was a mess,", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 160)
Pantoum : The Waiting Roomi"The movement slows: everything grows dark.", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 161)
Pantoum: The Conservatori"She walks the gardens with tools and task.", Catherine Coleborne , single work poetry (p. 162-163)
All Saintsi"the black gown", Tony Birch , single work poetry (p. 164)
Waiting for My Fatheri"feeling the threatening air", Tony Birch , single work poetry (p. 165)
The Tunneli"There's a circle of light", Amanda Wilson , single work poetry (p. 166)
The Tigeri"This wave is alive:", Amanda Wilson , single work poetry (p. 167)
No Turning Backi"Flying is like childbirth -", Virginia Blain , single work poetry (p. 168)
In Catatoniai"The sun is warm, the sky is clear,", Helen Loughlin , single work poetry (p. 169)
Hivei"The figures change daily.", Helen Loughlin , single work poetry (p. 169)
Up and Down the Avenuei"Lie on the grass with your head buried in the crook of your arm", Philip Harvey , single work poetry (p. 172)
The Deconstructionists' Dentisti"An accident tripped onto my tongue", Michelle Callander , single work poetry (p. 173)
Homegoingi"I have tried to claim a future", Michelle Callander , single work poetry (p. 174)
Poets Up North (for Dorothy, Dorothy, Gig and Silvana)i"You saucy little wretches,", Lyn McCredden , single work poetry (p. 175)
Watershedi"I hold your son Daniel, Dad,", Lisa Gorton , single work poetry (p. 176)
Anglingi"I can't tell the sea from the sky any more", Lisa Gorton , single work poetry (p. 176)
Search, Kevin Brophy , single work short story (p. 177-182)

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