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'My paper looks at how I use poetry to write with personal, political and historical edge, showing the influences of Seamus Heaney, Jon Silkin, Ted Hughes and many Australians. I make specific mention of Margaret Bradstock. My emphasis focuses on the shape and purpose of poetic linguistics that describes or infuses poetry with a sense of place and placement.' -- From the introduction

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    y separately published work icon Poetry Macao no. 2 September 2008 Z1533460 2008 periodical issue 2008
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