‘This Country is My Mind’ : Les Murray’s Poetics of Place

Abstract

Examines the “notion of place in Murray’s work, the complex nature of Bunyah as a ‘centre of the world’, and how a poetics of place is established and develops from the earliest collections” (p.16).

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Published 1 October 2001 in Volume 20 No. 2.

Cite as: Leer, Martin. ‘‘This Country is My Mind’ : Les Murray’s Poetics of Place.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 20, no. 2, 2001. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.305a5526af.