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A Martial Code : Meditation and Action in the Verse of Adam Lindsay Gordon single work   criticism   biography   autobiography  
Issue Details: First known date: 1993... 1993 A Martial Code : Meditation and Action in the Verse of Adam Lindsay Gordon
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Ackland finds "intellectual resonances" in Gordon's poetry that produce an "unsuspected degree of conceptual unity". Ackland argues that "Gordon's poetry reveals not a disjunction between darkly meditative and healthy action poetry, but an ongoing and unavailing endeavour to find new grounds for individual affirmation".

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    y separately published work icon Westerly vol. 38 no. 2 Winter 1993 Z609197 1993 periodical issue 1993 pg. 53-65
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53-65 /austlit/page/0?nodeType=fullText&ftdir=1932364284449929812-208735&ftaid=C55530 A Martial Code : Meditation and Action in the Verse of Adam Lindsay Gordonsmall AustLit logo Westerly
Subjects:
  • Melbourne, Victoria,
  • ca. 1860-1880
  • 1870s
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