Bridgings: Readings in Australian Women's Poetry

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 218 pages
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Bridgings introduces and critiques the poetry of seven twentieth century Australian women poets: Judith Wright, Gwen Harwood, Dorothy Hewitt, J.S. Harry, Dorothy Porter, Ania Walwicz, and Gig Ryan. The book provides a generous selection of the poetry each poetry, and provides critical essays accompanying each selection.

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Contents

Critical Essay
14
GWEN HARWOOD
29
DOROTHY HEWETT
55
Critical Essay
68
J S HARRY
83
Critical Essay
101
DOROTHY PORTER
113
Critical Essay
137
ANIA WALWICZ
153
CIG RYAN
173
Critical Essay
184
A Glossary of Critical Terms
201
Index
217
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About the author (1996)

Rosemary Lucas is a Technical Support Analyst in the Technical Support Division of SAS Institute, Inc., providing customer support for JMP software. In addition to helping customers with scripting problems, she also assists them with other issues, including installations, connections to databases, and questions about graphics, data table operations, and the formula editor. For JMP Genomics, she helps customers with installations, import engine issues, and general usage questions. A JMP user since 1999, Lucas received her Master's of Microbial Biotechnology from North Carolina State University

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