Part of a series that pairs leading Australian thinkers and cultural figures with important themes in life, this essay delves headfirst into the passions, both literary and earthly. Portraying the authorÍs romantic love and passionate experiences, this exploration is a wonderful and ultimately joyous insight into the creative life of a beloved poet.
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