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The personal element in Australian poetry: [study] based on the 1968 lectures of the Foundation for Australian Literary Studies at the University College of Townsville, by James McAuley
Bib ID 483646
Format BookBook
Author
McAuley, James, 1917-1976
 
Description Sydney, London, Angus and Robertson, 1970 
ix, 64 p. 22 cm. 
ISBN 0207953767
Series

Monograph (Foundation for Australian Literary Studies) ; no. 3.

Subjects Australian poetry -- History and criticism.  |  Poetry -- Psychological aspects.  |  Self in literature.

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