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Salusinszky examines the writing styles of John Laws and Michael Leunig who, he says, are 'possibly the two most popular poetasters at work in Australia today... [2005]'. Salusinszky claims that both poets produce 'bad' poetry - Laws's poems being 'marked by a faux-macho quality' while Leunig's are 'truly, maddeningly, deeply faux-naive.'

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    y The Weekend Australian 17-18 December 2005 Z1230512 2005 newspaper issue 2005 pg. 40 Section: Review
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