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  • Author:agent Sarah Day http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/day-sarah
Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 Chaos
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    y separately published work icon Island Magazine no. 38 Autumn 1989 Z619394 1989 periodical issue 1989 pg. 14-15
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    y separately published work icon A Madder Dance Sarah Day , Ringwood : Penguin , 1991 Z421660 1991 selected work poetry Ringwood : Penguin , 1991 pg. 3-4
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    y separately published work icon The Oxford Book of Modern Australian Verse Peter Porter (editor), South Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1996 Z397894 1996 anthology poetry extract South Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1996 pg. 261-262
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    y separately published work icon Australian Verse : An Oxford Anthology John Leonard (editor), Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1998 Z461207 1998 anthology poetry (taught in 1 units) A thorough survey of poetry by Australians in English, beginning with a selection of contemporary work by younger poets, and going backward in time to the early colonial period. In addition to poems in the literary tradition, it indudes performance poetry, convict songs and old bush ballads. An extensive selection has been provided from the work of five major twentieth-century poets: Les Murray, Gwen Harwood, Judith Wright, A.D. Hope and Kenneth Slessor. Several features are provided to assist the reader: the date of first publication of each poem is provided; footnotes explain unfamiliar words and allusions; and brief biographical notes assist in locating each poet in his or her place in time. Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1998 pg. 19-20
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