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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 The Moving Image : Judith Wright's Symbolist Language
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    y separately published work icon Southerly That Fatal Song : Judith Wright & A. D. Hope vol. 61 no. 1 David Brooks (editor), Rushcutters Bay : Halstead Press , 2001 Z897164 2001 periodical issue Rushcutters Bay : Halstead Press , 2001 pg. 160-178
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    y separately published work icon The AustLit Anthology of Criticism Leigh Dale , Linda Hale , St Lucia : AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource , 2010 Z1679436 2010 anthology criticism The articles collected here have been selected with non-specialist readers in mind and aim to provide insights and valuable understandings into the works of important Australian writers. Upper secondary and lower tertiary students and general readers will find these articles useful for the study of leading Australian writers whether that is happening in years 11 and 12; first, second and third year university courses; or reading groups. St Lucia : AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource , 2010 pg. 74
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    y separately published work icon Australian Literature and the Symbolist Movement John Hawke , Wollongong : University of Wollongong Press , 2009 Z1570471 2009 single work criticism From publisher's blurb: 'Symbolism introduced a metaphysical, intellectual strand throughout the 20th century, visible in the work of Kenneth Slessor, Judith Wright and Patrick White, and in the reactions of Hope and McAuley. John Hawke follows this rich and complex tradition into recent poetry; he compares the impact of Vitalism, promoted by Norman Lindsay and manifest in such poets as Slessor, Francis Webb and Douglas Stewart. His book also investigates fascinating dialogues involving P. R. Stephensen, Jack Lindsay, A. R. Chisholm, Randolph Hughes and others, and the extremist views which grew for some of them out of their positions on the Symbolist aesthetic.' Wollongong : University of Wollongong Press , 2009 pg. 110-133
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