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Is part of Poets of the Month : Series 3 1977 series - publisher single work
Issue Details: First known date: 1977... 1977 Sonnets and Sundries
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* Contents derived from the Sydney City, Inner Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,:Angus and Robertson , 1977 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
From a Sonnet of Rilke'si"To all we've won the machine threatens disaster", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 99)
Cophetuai"Pride of the club, the cybernetic fruit-", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 100)
Comment to a Brother Poeti"Whitefellow got no dreaming. What he's got", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 101)
Bikeyi"Sure, get your helmet on, and your cuirass,", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 102)
The Landi"The hurt I hated most at nine years old", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 103)
For Alan Marshalli"My inner landscape? Much the same as yours", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 104)
The Afterlife of Bold Jack Donahuei"In eighteen-thirty Donahue", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 105)
For Any Electioni"Which of the two, our tottering State to save,", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 107)
Musiciansi"Musicians, who at will have otherwhere", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 108)
Fencing Schooli"White to the neck he glides and plunges", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 109)
Recruiti"Pried from the circle where his family ends,", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 110)
Defensive Positioni"Cupping her chin and lying there, the Bren", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry war literature (p. 111)
The Sirensi"Odysseus heard the sirens; they were singing", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 112)
'Ces Longues Nuits D'Hyver'i"Cold has the crescent sickle by the hilt", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry (p. 113)
Lyrisches Intermezzo 58i"The north wind rustles the branches", Heinrich Heine , J. S. Manifold (translator), single work poetry (p. 114)
Die Heimkehr 5i"The night is wet and stormy", Heinrich Heine , J. S. Manifold (translator), single work poetry (p. 115)
Die Heimkehr 48i"Child, it would be your destruction!", Heinrich Heine , J. S. Manifold (translator), single work poetry (p. 116)
Neue Gedichte: Seraphine 10i"Beside the boundless ocean", Heinrich Heine , J. S. Manifold (translator), single work poetry (p. 117)
Neue Gedichte : In der Fremde 1i"From place to place they drive you, things", Heinrich Heine , J. S. Manifold (translator), single work poetry (p. 118)
Charles the First (from Romancero)i"In the woods, in the charcoal-burner's hut,", J. S. Manifold , single work poetry extract (p. 119-120)

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