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O could one write as one makes love when all is given and nothing kept, then language might put by at last its coy elisions and inept withdrawals, yield, and yielding cast aside like useless clothes the crust of worn and shabby use, and trust its candour to the urgent mind its beauty to the searching tongue. Gwen Harwood's work is defined by a moving sensuality, a twinkling irreverence, and a sly wit. This anthology brings together the best 100 of her poems, as selected and compiled by her son, the writer John Harwood. 'Gwen Harwood's poetry is widely recognised for its shark intimacy and brilliant resonance.' The Sydney Morning Herald
Book details and technical specifications
Published: October 2014
Number of pages: 122
Width: 138 mm
Height: 209 mm
Depth: 15 mm
Publisher: Black Inc.
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