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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Tuning into the Sound of Imagination : David Malouf's Typewriter Music
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'An in-depth analysis of the archetypal and metaphysical connection in David Malouf's Typewriter Music, between word, rhythm and imagination as manifestation of Being - or the Goddess, the Spiritual energy manifested in the universe. The use of the word, as always in Malouf, shows how the power of imagination embodied in the sound and rhythm of small everyday things, opens up a whole transcendent universe to the reader. Language in Malouf is a multifaceted, sensuous and tentacular medium that originates from a deep contact between things and peoples. Malouf's language gives voice, form and body to what is immaterial, to the spirit inherent in matter.' (283)

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    y separately published work icon Drops of Light Coalescing : Studies for Maria Teresa Bindella Antonella Riem Natale (editor), Angelo Righetti (editor), Udine : Forum : The University of Udine Press , 2010 Z1729799 2010 anthology criticism essay poetry short story autobiography The writings collected in this book pay homage to the academic credited with relevant studies on canonical authors like Scott, Hardy and Stevenson, and to the explorer who ventured into the new waters of colonial and post-colonial literatures in English, as well as to the teacher who, wanting to give her students first-hand experience of this subject, convened conferences and organized meetings with writers and critics from Australia, Africa, the Caribbean, the South Pacific. The volume contains papers in English and Italian touching on her academic fields of interest or covering interrelated research areas, and creative pieces or short memoirs by writers and colleagues (Italian and international), friends, former students – all of whom have had the opportunity and pleasure of appreciating Maria Teresa Bindella’s contribution in her various capacities over the years (publisher website). Udine : Forum : The University of Udine Press , 2010 pg. 211-222
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