Michael Farrell: Australian Unsettlement

Drawing on his just published scholarly book, Writing Australian Unsettlement: Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945, Dr Michael Farrell demonstrates a range of poetics employed by various Australian writers since (un)settlement: including Ned Kelly, Bennelong, a Chinese gold miner, settler women, drovers and even canonical poets. Topics may include collage, punctuation, assemblage, drawings, repetition, rhyme, style, sentences and typography.

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