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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 Lesen und Schreiben : Literature - Kritik - Germanistik
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Notes

  • English translation of the title 'Reading and Writing'
  • Festschrift for Manfred Jurgensen on his 55th birthday.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Tubingen,
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Germany,
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Francke , 1994 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Australian Crawli"I watched your body fluttering across", Robert Adamson , single work poetry (p. 7-8)
'Und den Mythos zerstort man nicht ohne Opfer' : zu den Ovid-Romanen An Imaginary Life von David Malouf und Die letzte Welt von Christoph Ransmayr, Kurt Bartsch , single work criticism (p. 15-22)
The Old Poeti"silence quotes him. do you still read", Manfred Jurgensen , single work poetry (p. 24)
A Virusi""Oh, this one's different, alright, believe you me..."", Bruce Dawe , single work poetry humour (p. 29-30)
Note: This version has the form of a dialogue.
The First Republicans : Georg Forster, Carl Muecke and the Forty-Eighters of the German Australian Community in the 19th Century, Gerhard Fischer , single work non-fiction (p. 43-48)
New (Gendered) Land, New (Gendered) Language, Ken L. Goodwin , single work criticism (p. 55-59)
Sonatinasi"It's the little things that count", Jack Hibberd , single work poetry (p. 65-67)
Australia (for Manfred Jugensen, after A.D. Hope)i"An island of bushland, governors and sand dunes", Rudi Krausmann , single work poetry (p. 111)
Omniculturalism : Pan Populi as the Multicultural Endpoint, Serge Liberman , single work essay (p. 115-123)
Patrick White's Voss : The Irony, Noel Macainsh , single work criticism (p. 125-133)
Dawn and Night on Mount Beerwah (Glasshouse Mountains)i"Dawn on the mountain top", Eric L. Marson , single work poetry (p. 135)
Farewell to the Seai"I would not say goodbye on a fine day,", R. H. Morrison , single work poetry (p. 167)
David Malouf's Remembering Babylon and Mysticism in the Contemporary Australian Novel, David A. Myers , single work criticism (p. 169-170)
The Art of Memoryi"After about five years of telling a lie, you forget", Philip Neilsen , single work poetry (p. 191)
Italian Migration to Australia as a Theme in Anglo-Australian Literature, Gaetano Rando , single work criticism (p. 209-212)
The Lovetree in the Hundred Years' Wari"Where you are wounded", David Rowbotham , single work poetry (p. 219-220)
Four Parks : 1 : Itchy Parki"It was a triangle of sloping ground with a dozen starved trees;", Thomas Shapcott , single work poetry (p. 231)
Itchy Park (2)i"The von Losberg house off Itchy Park", Thomas Shapcott , single work poetry (p. 231)
Itchy Park Songi"Where did she go, Cathy in Itchy Park?", Thomas Shapcott , single work poetry (p. 232)
Near Itchy Parki"The Big House down the street had walls, not a fence.", Thomas Shapcott , single work poetry (p. 232)

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