Australian voices : poetry and prose of the 1970s
|Collections||ANU Press (1965- Present)|
|Title:||Australian voices : poetry and prose of the 1970s|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Canberra Fellowship of Australian Writers in association with Australian National University Press|
In choosing the poems, stories, and essays in this volume, its editor, Australian poet Rosemary Dobson, has sought works that reflect the ideas and ideals challenging the imagination of contemporary Australian writers. Her authors look to the past, finding there material relevant to today or recreating a nostalgic time gone by. They look also to the present, at the perplexities of modern life. The poets, both those of established reputation and those of fresh young talent, look to the local or the international scene, both time past and time present. In their works gathered together here are the authentic voices of Australian writers, voices that are serious and sad, bitter, ironic and funny, wry, gay and irreverent - voices for all seasons.
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