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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Framing the Question : "What is Australian Poetry?"
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  • Introduction to his Australian Poetry : Romanticism and Negativity.

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    y separately published work icon Australian Poetry : Romanticism and Negativity Paul Kane , Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge , 1996 Z387782 1996 multi chapter work criticism In his first two chapters Kane examines and defines the exact nature of romanticism in Australian poetry, exploring theories of De Man, Bloom and Hartmann, and the philosophical history of "negativity", comparing the theories of Hegel and Freud. Against this unifying theoretical background, he sets individual studies of the work of eight major Australian poets and the literary phenomenon Ern Malley. Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge , 1996 pg. 1-5, notes 209-210
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