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Subhuman redneck poems / Les Murray
Bib ID 1260563
Format BookBook
Author
Murray, Les A. (Les Allan), 1938-
 
Edition 1st American ed. 
Description New York : Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1997 
103 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0374271550 (alkaline paper) (hard)
Full contents
  • The Family Farmers' Victory
  • A Brief History
  • Where Humans Can't Leave and Mustn't Complain
  • Green Rose Tan
  • The Say-but-the-Word Centurion Attempts a Summary
  • Dead Trees in the Dam
  • Rock Music
  • The Rollover
  • Late Summer Fires
  • Corniche
 
Subjects Australia - Poetry.

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