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Of all the poets who have written or are writing in Australia, the focus of this article has been narrowed down to Judith Beveridge and Sarah Day, both of whom are seen to write 'pretty' poetry with a strong sense of aesthetics about nature. Both, it is obvious, broaden their writing to more than individual or even the Australian and their sense of aesthetics soon encompasses universal human values.

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    y separately published work icon IJAS vol. 1 no. 1 2008 Z1605003 2008 periodical issue 2008 pg. 108-120
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