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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 A Wild Sound, Wild Wound: Some Thoughts on Judith Wright
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Coming from an American perspective, Laurie Kutchins enters into the 'power and beauty and moving image' of Judith 'Wright's poetry. Her plea is to keep Wright's poems 'mysterious, opalescent and vulnerable' and to allow them to 'bind us into a deeper seeing, an older ear. Let them conjure ghosts and cry a wild sound that wanes yet ever haunts.'

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