Neither Here Nor There: Suburban Voices in Australian Poetry
Despite over three decades of critical discourse on Australian suburbia, Australian poetry on the subject seems strangely under-represented. Television and tupperware, not terza rima, are supposedly found in suburbs. We know what the suburbs look like, but how do they sound? Does the musique concréte of radio and bird song, sighing trees and power tools find stylized expression? Does suburbia voice itself?
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