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Issue Details: First known date: 1972... vol. 31. no. 4 Summer 1972 of Meanjin est. 1940 Meanjin Quarterly
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* Contents derived from the 1972 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Irrationality Individuality Drug Poetry Romanticism : Where We are Today, Andrew Taylor , single work criticism (p. 373-384)
A Windmill in the West, Peter Carey , single work short story (p. 385-392)
An Australian (Self-Portrait by Clifton Pugh)i"Before you buy your ticket, loose the", Fay Zwicky , Clifton Pugh , single work poetry (p. 408)
The Bone of One Fingeri"Of that loam, the parched rock within:", Allen Afterman , single work poetry (p. 409)
Twelve Notions of Christmasi"Sleet", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 412-413)
Norwinch Sleepingi"For reasons known", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 414)
For My Wife Fredi"Magnificently naked", Andrew Taylor , single work poetry (p. 415)
A Bohemian's Progress : Louis Esson in Melbourne, 1904-1914, David Robert Walker , single work criticism
Walker gives an account of Louis Esson's intellectual and artistic development as his preferred mode of expression changed from poetry to drama. After leaving Australia because of his dissatisfaction with the possibilities for artists in 1905, Esson spent some time in Paris before returning with the advice of the Irish playwright, John Synge, to study his own people. Walker argues that Esson's movements are important becaue they reveal a great deal about the development of Australian culture in the first decades of the twentieth century.
(p. 417-426)
Gardeningi"Rutting and grubbing amongst my weed-", Andrew McDonald , single work poetry (p. 438)
Islandsi"Reefs; the waves illumine", Noel Macainsh , single work poetry (p. 439)
The Pasti"Oily, hot, black, the submachine-guns", Chris Wallace-Crabbe , single work poetry (p. 440-441)
Australian Drama-- A Postscript: Some Comments on Recent Criticism, Margaret Williams , single work criticism (p. 444-448)
Tristiai"Morning heaves itself up for duty, leaning into the wind,", Andree Dobson , single work poetry (p. 455)
Infernal Obsession : Brian Matthews on Henry Lawson, A. A. Phillips , single work review
— Review of The Receding Wave : Henry Lawson's Prose Brian Matthews , 1972 single work criticism ;
(p. 486-488)
Fable or Novel? The Development of Thomas Keneally, Brian Kiernan , single work criticism (p. 489-493)
Poetry Chronicle 1971, Ken L. Goodwin , single work criticism (p. 499-503, 505, 507-509)
Violence, Aboriginals and the Australian Historian, Henry Reynolds , single work essay

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