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Alison Hoddinott, Gwen Harwood, The Real and Imagined World, Angus and Robertson, North Ryde, 1991, p 8. 33 Bulletin, 5 August 1961, p 3. 34 ibid

Alison Hoddinott, Gwen Harwood, The Real and Imagined World, Angus and Robertson, North Ryde, 1991, p 88. 31 Trigg, op. ci. p 12. 32 ibid. 34 ibid. 35 Robert Sellick, Gwen Harwood, CRNLE and Monograph Series no 3, Adelaide, 1997 p 25. 36 Baker, op. p 137. 37 ibid.

Essay - Gwen Harwood. Comparative Analysis - Emma & Clueless. English Poetry Essay. Through studying Gwen Harwoods poetry and considering the various readings which highlight values of the context to which they belong, have co!e to an understanding that she engages readers personally, 1Page. Nathan Gallagher - Gwen Harwood Poetry Essay 8 2007.

Gwen Harwood AO (8 June 1920 – 4 December 1995), née Gwendoline Nessie Foster, was an Australian poet and librettist. Gwen Harwood is regarded as one of Australia's finest poets, publishing over 420 works, including 386 poems and 13 librettos

Gwen Harwood AO (8 June 1920 – 4 December 1995), née Gwendoline Nessie Foster, was an Australian poet and librettist. Gwen Harwood is regarded as one of Australia's finest poets, publishing over 420 works, including 386 poems and 13 librettos. She won numerous poetry awards and prizes, and one of Australia's most significant poetry prizes, the Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize is named for her. Her work is commonly studied in schools and university courses. Gwen Harwood was the mother of the author John Harwood.

These fourteen pieces reveal Hawking variously as the scientist, the man, the concerned world citizen, and-always-the rigorous and imaginative thinker.

William Francis Allen. Excerpt from book: RELIGION OF THE . .The " Mythology of the Greeks and Romans," as it has heretofore been taught in our school-books and used as material in modern literature, is in truth neither Greek mythology nor Roman mythology, but an incongruous mixture of the two ? Grecian fable with Roman nomenclature

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The poetry of the revered Gwen Harwood is demonstrative of time enduring ideas that thereby craft her work memorable and durable irrespective of time and place

The poetry of the revered Gwen Harwood is demonstrative of time enduring ideas that thereby craft her work memorable and durable irrespective of time and place. This premise derives from the principle concern of Harwood’s writings; an examination of the nature of human existence and all of its many constituents.

Gwen Harwood (1920-1995), like Judith Wright, holds a celebrated place in Australian poetry and culture, but her inclusion into the canon came more slowly, as critical discourse and tastes changed. The nature and space of her work, while intense and brilliant, is paradoxically also understated and ambiguous