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Issue Details: First known date: 1988... vol. 48 no. 4 December 1988 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1988 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Aboriginal Responses to the "Folk Tale", Mudrooroo , single work criticism (p. 363-370)
Winter Morningi"Behind the westerly row of houses", Kathielyn Job , single work poetry (p. 374)
Brian's Workin'i"Dunno, you know", Kathielyn Job , single work poetry (p. 375)
Reader Response to Transcribed Oral Narrative : A Fortunate Life and My Place, Joan Newman , single work criticism

Examines the range of reading practices with regard to the increasingly popular form of written narrative transcribed from oral sources, by comparing different responses to Albert Facey's A Fortunate Life and Morgan's My Place.

(p. 376-389)
Crocodile Ragi"Hearing your song again on the radio", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 390-391)
Small Foldsi"She watched him fold the minutes", Fiona Place , single work poetry (p. 391)
Death and the Mother, Marion Halligan , single work short story (p. 392-403)
Daughters in Lovei""How lucky she didn't marry him"", Leon Slade , single work poetry (p. 403-404)
Aboriginal Literature and the Repressive Hypothesis, Stephen Muecke , single work criticism (p. 405-418)
Mortar Swani"We are always tempted", John Hutnyk , single work poetry (p. 419)
Getting Across, Dorothy Simmons , single work short story (p. 420-428)
The Dream of Living Happily Ever Afteri"He made you feel good just to see him", Lawrence Bourke , single work poetry (p. 429-430)
Upon Reading Breyten Breytenbachi""Because the wind rises"", Lawrence Bourke , single work poetry (p. 430-431)
Contemporary Aboriginal Drama, Karen Kraine-Jones , single work criticism (p. 432-444)
Fatal Attractioni"what if it's sold out?", Carolyn Gerrish , single work poetry (p. 445)
Old Loveri"you are still alive", Carolyn Gerrish , single work poetry (p. 446)
The Final Goodbye is in the Telling, Andrea Gawthorne , single work short story (p. 447-449)
Fossil Galleryi"In the foreground, pink inflated plastic toys,", Hal Colebatch , single work poetry (p. 449-450)
The Missionary in Aboriginal Literature, Emmanuel S. Nelson , single work criticism (p. 451-457)
Meetingi"He raises a dusty akubra to her", Kathielyn Job , single work poetry (p. 457)

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