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The glade within the grove by David Foster
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The glade within the grove (edition 1996)

by David Foster

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The Glade Within the Grove is a powerful, many-layered, erudite retelling of the blood-soaked Attis myth strained through 20th century Australian life. It is perhaps the first treatment of the myth since the infamous poem by Catullus 2000 years ago.
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Title:The glade within the grove
Authors:David Foster
Info:Milsons Point, N.S.W. : Random House Australia, 1996.
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Non datur ad musas currere lata via Propertius
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For Kit Guyatt and Rory Shannon
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You find some funny stuff in old mailbags.
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The Glade Within the Grove is a powerful, many-layered, erudite retelling of the blood-soaked Attis myth strained through 20th century Australian life. It is perhaps the first treatment of the myth since the infamous poem by Catullus 2000 years ago.

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