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By the Mystery of Presence i "Gabrielle d'Estrees and one of her sisters, both naked", John Watson , 2009 single work poetry
By Embracing Multiplicity i "Seven roads diverge in a wood", John Watson , 2009 single work poetry
By a Devotion to Objects i "Morandi crossed the borders of Italy into the wide world", John Watson , 2009 single work poetry
By Approaching the River i "Towards the general wellspring of recollection itself", John Watson , 2009 single work poetry

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First known date: 2009
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    y separately published work icon Blake Prize The Blake Society , Sydney : The Blake Society , 2007 Z1676356 2007 website

    Website for the Blake Prize. The Blake Prize was established in 1951 for 'works of art that explore the subject of religious awareness and spirituality.' Awards also include the John Coburn Award, for emerging artists; the Blake Prize for Human Justice, for art that addresses issues of human justice, and the Blake Poetry Prize. The Prize is managed by the Blake Society.

    Source: Blake Prize website, (Sighted 17/03/2010)

    Sydney : The Blake Society , 2007
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    y separately published work icon The Best Australian Poems 2009 Robert Adamson (editor), Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009 Z1653957 2009 anthology poetry criticism (taught in 1 units)

    'In The Best Australian Poems 2009, award-winning poet Robert Adamson puts together a selection of the most outstanding poems written by Australian authors over the past year. Alongside renowned names, the editor has solicited contributions from new and emerging poets and some of their work appears in print here for the first time. The result is a vibrant and fascinating edition of this much-loved anthology.' (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009
    pg. 212-219
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