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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... vol. 40 no. 1 2002 of Victorian Poetry est. 1963 Victorian Poetry
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Notes

  • Special issue : Nineteenth-Century Australian Poetry

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2002 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Nineteenth-Century Australian Poetry : Introduction, Meg Tasker , single work criticism (p. 1-6)
Marking the Unmarked : An Epitaphic Preoccupation in Nineteenth-Century Australian Poetry, Ian Reid , single work criticism (p. 7-20)
From Wilderness to Landscape : Charles Harpur's Dialogue with Wordsworth and Antipodean Nature, Michael Ackland , single work criticism (p. 21-32)
A 'Lonely Crossing' : Approaching Nineteenth-Century Australian Women's Poetry, Ann Vickery , single work criticism (p. 33-53)
Colonial Canons : The Case of James Brunton Stephens, Barbara Garlick , single work criticism (p. 55-69)
Francis Adams and Songs of the Army of the Night : Negotiating Difference, Maintaining Commitment, Meg Tasker , single work criticism
Discusses Adams's 'ability to negotiate multiple writing positions and voices in order to reach widely different readerships in both the colonies and the motherland. Examines the way in which he adopts 'the form of popular verse, using vernacular forms and diction ... [and] constructs a persona that is consistent with much of his more "literary" writing' and which 'allows the "implied poet" of the wholoe volume to be constructed as both a member of the oppressed masses and a middle-class sympathiser.' (p.71)
(p. 71-85)
An Uncultured Rhymer and His Cultural Critics : Henry Lawson, Class Politics and Colonial Literature, Christopher Lee , single work criticism (p. 87-104)

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