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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... no. 82 2004 of Journal of Australian Studies est. 1977 Journal of Australian Studies
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Notes

  • Issue title: Colour
  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2004 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Giving the Indigenous a Voice : Further Thoughts on the Poetry of Eliza Hamilton Dunlop, John O'Leary , single work criticism
'This article expands the existing critical discussion [of Dunlop's poetry], focusing on Dunlop's best known poem, "The Aboriginal Mother", and on the fragmentary but pioneering transliteration and translation work that Dunlop performed after she moved to the Hunter Valley in 1840. Dunlop's poetry will be explored, firstly, in relation to the contemporary newspaper debate about the humanity of Indigenous people and, secondly, in relation to the literary traditions of expressive women's poetry and romantic primitivism, both of which influenced her verse' (85).
(p. 85-93, notes 187-189)
Occupied Territoryi"All summer I've been watching his eyes,", Lucy Alexander , single work poetry (p. 97)
Parisi"Late in the night their hotel room", Lucy Alexander , single work poetry (p. 98)
In the Distancei"In the forest he's attaching feathers to my skin.", Lucy Alexander , single work poetry (p. 99)
The Dogs of Fidelityi"But what was happening outside the frame?", Lucy Alexander , single work poetry (p. 100)
Cattleyai"Lord, she's gorgeous, all pout and pinkly", Janine M. Fraser , single work poetry (p. 101)
Glasshouse : ii"As", Janine M. Fraser , single work poetry (p. 102)
Glasshouse : iii"As", Janine M. Fraser , single work poetry (p. 103)
Anatomy & Theology of Figsi"In the garden the forbidden", Janine M. Fraser , single work poetry (p. 104-105)
2015 ADi"As a Geisha", Katarina Konkoly , single work poetry (p. 106)
Inhumationi"two cranes, tips prayer joined", Katarina Konkoly , single work poetry (p. 107)
Night of First Singletsi"street signs retire for the twilight on", Katarina Konkoly , single work poetry (p. 108)
Fox, Katarina Konkoly , single work poetry (p. 109-113)
Note: 9 numbered parts.
Liang Yue Xian : Runi"Sometimes life", Miriam Wei Wei Lo , single work poetry (p. 114)
The Letteri"How it sits in his hands", Miriam Wei Wei Lo , single work poetry (p. 115)
Saturday Night Dancesi"There is a type of man at the Saturday dances", Miriam Wei Wei Lo , single work poetry (p. 116)
Farmgirl Marriesi"BRIGHT-EYED SUSIE DROPS BOMBSHELL.", Miriam Wei Wei Lo , single work poetry (p. 117)
Dewi"None are more familiar with dew", David Musgrave , single work poetry (p. 118)
To Thaliai"These days poetry's all about extravagance:", David Musgrave , single work poetry (p. 119-122)
The Deadi"He has come back.", David Musgrave , single work poetry (p. 123)

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