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New and selected poems, 1971-1993

by Laurie Duggan

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From poems reflecting on the poetry 'scene' to the laconic translations of Martial, Duggan's wit is refreshing, irreverent and - in its parodic form - ruthless. His sense of shape and editorial skills are as apparent in the reflective Blue Hills 'serial' poem as they are in The Ash Range, a 'documentary' or epic poem mapping the territory of Gippsland.… (more)
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From poems reflecting on the poetry 'scene' to the laconic translations of Martial, Duggan's wit is refreshing, irreverent and - in its parodic form - ruthless. His sense of shape and editorial skills are as apparent in the reflective Blue Hills 'serial' poem as they are in The Ash Range, a 'documentary' or epic poem mapping the territory of Gippsland.

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