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Border crossings : words and images / Gerry Turcotte
Bib ID 3123327
Format BookBook
Author
Turcotte, Gerry
 
Description Blackheath, N.S.W. : Brandl & Schlesinger, c2004 
80 p.: col. ill.; 20 cm. 
ISBN 1876040602
Notes

"this mixed- media work moves from Canada to Australia, via a dozen other countries, to suggest the power and the haunting quality of cross-cultural experiences" -- back cover.

Subjects Poets, Australian -- 20th century  |  Australian poetry -- 20th century  |  Photography, Artistic.

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