Modern Australian poetry.

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Published by Melbourne University Press in Carlton, Victoria] .

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ContributionsGreen, H. M. 1881- ed.
LC ClassificationsPR9551 .G7 1952
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Pagination205 p.
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6113935M
LC Control Number52011526

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Contemporary Australian poetry is mostly published by small, independent book publishers. However, other kinds of publication, including new media and online journals, spoken word and live events, and public poetry projects are gaining an increasingly vibrant and popular presence.

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