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Rapunzel in suburbia / Dorothy Hewett
Bib ID 3916162
Format BookBook
Author
Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-2002
 
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : Prism, 1975 
91, [1] p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 085869008X
Summary

The altered 2nd ed. issued in 1976. The 1975 ed. contained a libellous poem "Uninvited guest" which was successfully suppressed by Hewett's former husband. This poem was removed from the 2nd ed.. This 2nd ed. was also suppressed owing to the libellous references made elsewhere in the book. This was Hewett's second collection of poems.

Notes

"Published by New Poetry for the Poetry Society of Australia" - T.p. verso

"Second printing 1976"--T.p. verso.

Library's copy is signed by the author.

Other authors/contributors Poetry Society of Australia

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