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Alternative title: War & Captivity
Issue Details: First known date: 2005... vol. 65 no. 2 2005 of Southerly est. 1939 Southerly
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* Contents derived from the 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Man in Connecticut, Michael McGirr , single work short story (p. 9-15)
From 'Apocrypha', Book Two, Peter Boyle , extract prose (p. 17)
Kangaroo, Elisabeth Holdsworth , single work short story (p. 18-23)
Abu Ghraibi""Those large hooks in the ceiling of each cell", Bruce Dawe , single work poetry (p. 24)
The Banquet-Scene (Abu Ghraib Version)i"We mini-Macbeths, through the media come", Bruce Dawe , single work poetry (p. 25)
Brennan Parki"I chase the eclipse off the end of the jetty", Jaya Savige , single work poetry (p. 42)
First Avenuei"spans the width of the island", Jaya Savige , single work poetry (p. 43)
No Man is a Naked Island : The Australian POW Story, Robin Gerster , single work criticism (p. 44-59)
The Man Who Escaped, Anne Deveson , single work essay
'This is a story about survivor guilt: the guilt of a complex and troubled man, who felt he should have become a prisoner of war, even though he was a civilian. It is also about my father.' (Author's note)
(p. 60-70)
Strange Affinities: Representation and Affect in Australian POW Drama, Peter Williams , single work criticism (p. 71-85)
Camouflagei"A soldier I once knew", Christine Paice , single work poetry (p. 86)
Extinctioni"You're talking about extinction", Christine Paice , single work poetry (p. 87)
Bule, Elena Williams , single work essay
The author's response to the story of Marsinah, a young female factory worker, raped, tortured and murdered in Indonesia.
(p. 88-94)
Endangered (Korea, 1898)i"you're not even looking at the camera", Vanessa Proctor , single work poetry (p. 95)
Murasaki Shikibu in Service at the Imperial Palace 1010i"She kneels", Vanessa Proctor , single work poetry (p. 96)
In the Dark, Sharron Quayle , single work short story (p. 97-102)
(19/4/04)i"I hold on for a while but I can't hold on for very long, my two hands pressed", Peter Boyle , single work poetry (p. 103)
20/5/04i"The television sets of my children", Peter Boyle , single work poetry (p. 104)
Coming Home: The Return of the (Australian Vietnam War) Soldier, Donna Coates , single work criticism (p. 105-117)
Amiens, France, 1918i"So far he's been lucky. Seen Paris.", Win Weir , single work poetry (p. 118)

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