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Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 Five Senses : Selected Poems
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: 1989 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Woman to Mani"The eyeless labourer in the night,", Judith Wright , 1946 single work poetry
Woman's Songi"O move in me, my darling,", Judith Wright , 1947 single work poetry
Woman to Childi"You who were darkness warmed my flesh", Judith Wright , 1946 single work poetry
Dark Gifti"The flower begins in the dark", Judith Wright , 1951 single work poetry
The Gardeni"Flowers of red silk and purple velvet grew", Judith Wright , 1949 single work poetry
The Makeri"I hold the crimson fruit", Judith Wright , 1947 single work poetry
Songi"O where does the dancer dance-", Judith Wright , 1955 single work poetry
Edeni"This is the grief of the heart-", Judith Wright , 1952 single work poetry
Five Sensesi"Now my five senses", Judith Wright , 1956 single work poetry

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

      Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: 1989 .
      Extent: 1 vol. (no pagination)p.
      Description: col. illus.
      Note/s:
      • Includes nine original colour paintings by Leeanne Crisp.

Works about this Work

Orpheus in the New World : Poetry and Landscape in Australia and Chile Stuart Cooke , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Antipodes , December vol. 24 no. 2 2010; (p. 143-150)
'Australia and Chile both constitute large and extremely diverse environments, with ecosystems ranging from some of the driest to some of the wettest in the world. They are also relatively isolated: Australia is, of course, an island, while Chile is bordered by dramatic mountain ranges and coastlines. Nevertheless, their common geological heritage means that they share a surprising number of species of flora. They also share histories of colonization by European powers. This essay will involve a discussion of four poets and their relationships to these two colonized landscapes: Butcher Joe Nangan and Judith Wright from Australia, and Pablo Neruda and Paulo Huirimilla from Chile. What brings these poets together into this discussion is how their work raises questions about the relationship between poetry and colonized ecologies... '(Author's abstract p. 143)
Orpheus in the New World : Poetry and Landscape in Australia and Chile Stuart Cooke , 2010 single work criticism
— Appears in: Antipodes , December vol. 24 no. 2 2010; (p. 143-150)
'Australia and Chile both constitute large and extremely diverse environments, with ecosystems ranging from some of the driest to some of the wettest in the world. They are also relatively isolated: Australia is, of course, an island, while Chile is bordered by dramatic mountain ranges and coastlines. Nevertheless, their common geological heritage means that they share a surprising number of species of flora. They also share histories of colonization by European powers. This essay will involve a discussion of four poets and their relationships to these two colonized landscapes: Butcher Joe Nangan and Judith Wright from Australia, and Pablo Neruda and Paulo Huirimilla from Chile. What brings these poets together into this discussion is how their work raises questions about the relationship between poetry and colonized ecologies... '(Author's abstract p. 143)
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