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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... vol. 61 no. 2 2001 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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* Contents derived from the Rushcutters Bay, Sydney Eastern Harbourside, Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,:Halstead Press , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Close Up: Australian Writing and Cultural Studiesi"Close up things look different", Kate Lilley , single work poetry (p. 5)
An Interview with John Tranter, Kate Lilley (interviewer), single work interview (p. 6-23)
Elegyi"Not the smoke from the truck driver's cigarette", John Tranter , single work poetry (p. 24-25)
Dan Dactyl and the Mad Jungle Doctor, John Tranter , single work short story (p. 26-37)
Hi Johni"in the lecture The Idea of The City / Modernity/", Ken Bolton , single work poetry (p. 38-41)
Poem Number 6 (1/12/00)i"down the back", Ken Bolton , single work poetry (p. 42-44)
Sydney Perhapsi"Equivalent in feeling, light and sky", Vivian Smith , single work poetry (p. 56)
Cancelled Landscapei"He rock gods around sallying through the intended house", Gig Ryan , single work poetry (p. 58)
Thelma's Hamleti"But now his boated smiles like a brother...", Gig Ryan , single work poetry (p. 59)
The Toucher, A. Frances Johnson , single work short story (p. 60-67)
Note: Written as Amanda Johnson.
Drifting into Dreamtimei"A gentler kinder way to die", Lisa Bellear , single work poetry (p. 68)
Tasmanian Lilliputianism : Miniature Village and Model Citizens on the Tourist Trail, Elizabeth McMahon , single work criticism
McMahon discusses miniature villages and other tourist attractions in Tasmania and explores the connection between this phenomenon and references to Tasmania in European literature such as Swift's Gulliver's Travels and Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke's Greater Britain: A Record of Travel in English-Speaking Countries during 1866 and 1867 (1870).
(p. 70-84)
First Essay on Linguistic Disobediencei"The sing song of the bird", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 85-86)
Second Essay on Linguistic Disobedience : The Masculine Houses of America and Wavering Australian Echoes...i"Lorca and Baudrillard, protagonists, real possessors, looking for refreshment", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 87-89)
Third Essay on Linguistic Disobediencei"Distance brings thoughts of the driveway at York,", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 90-91)
Fourth Essay on Linguistic Disobediencei"Taking the fifth, he avoided the traffic. The organism", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 92-93)
Fifth Essay on Linguistic Disobedience: IMM A.R. Ammonsi"Memorandum: "The soul is a region without definite boundaries."", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 94-95)
Sixth Essay on Linguistic Disobedience: 100 Days after the Inauguration of the Men who Advise Bushi"Melt is variable, tacks grass tufts and declines,", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 96-97)
Seventh Essay on Linguistic Disobedience: Rejection of Landscape Through Body-Mapi"Punctured sole-skin, game of twister", John Kinsella , single work poetry (p. 98-99)
Countercharacter No. 3, Tom Flood , single work extract

An extract from then-unpublished novel Septimus Grout. No subsequent publication of this novel has been traced.

(p. 100-105)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Alternative title: Close Up
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