Tag: James McAuley

Reading Secondhand: Donald Horne in the post and Frank Moorhouse from The Record King

Ali Jane Smith On the Monday morning after the election, with no party yet able to form a government, I turned on the radio. While I put the kettle on to make a cup of tea, ABC RN’s Fran Kelly was interviewing one of the winners, losers, or too-close-to-callers. I heard the candidate, whoever he was, say “I think Australia is a lucky country.” The water came to a boil, I changed the station. The Lucky Country: Australia in the Sixties, was a book Donald Horne wrote while he was working for the Packers, editing magazines. The title came from…

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Long Paddock for Southerly 68.3: Double Exposures

Southerly 68.3 is available to purchase here (Digital Edition). This link will take you to our old GumRoad storefront (an external site). Remaining issues will be moved to our own site, here, soon. ESSAYS Andrew Game, Crossing Intercultural Boundaries: The Reception of Paul Wenz in Australia and France John Hawke, Post-Symbolism: James McAuley and A. D. Hope John Kinsella, A Neurotic Reading of C. J. Brennan’s “The Wanderer” Tracy Ryan, “The living hyphen”: France and Australia in two novels by Marion May Campbell David Wells, A. D. Hope and the Poetics of Acmeism REVIEWS Craig Billingham, of Michael Brennan, Unanimous…

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