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This issue includes the feature : Rewriting Canonical Australian Poems in which five contemporary Australian poets rewrite major figures from the poetry canon. Contains an introduction by Pam Brown (q.v.).
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'Judith Wright has become as much an (eco)political icon as a poetical one. This is not just because of her poems and her activism (textual and otherwise) but because she deprecated her poems in favour of activism. Nothing makes a poet more popular than denying poetry. But an icon is an icon is an icon, and can be moved about the temple without too much trouble.'
Note: Jacket is available online. No direct link is available from AustLit due to editor's restrictions on access.