Poetry

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  • Here are entered general works on poetry and works limited to the philosophy of poetry. Works discussing collectively the technique and philosophy of poetry and works limited to the technique of poetry are entered under: Poetics.
  • Use Poetry as a subdivision under names of countries, cities, etc., individual persons and corporate bodies, and under classes of persons, ethnic groups, individual wars, names of deities and mythological or legendary figures, and under individual and groups of fictitious and legendary characters, and topical headings; and headings for poetry qualified by linguistic, national, or regional terms, e.g. :Yiddish poetry

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  • LCSH sh 85103704

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Poetry

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Poetry

  • UF Literature and stories -- Authors -- Poetry
  • UF Poems
  • UF Poetry -- Philosophy
  • UF Verses (Poetry)

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Poetry

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What is poetry?

  • F259
  • Item
  • 1940

Typescript, signed by author. Handwritten note by author: 'Five-minute paper written for Paul L. Grano's Poetry Circle, May 1940.'

Fitzgerald, Paula

Carmen Leigh Keates Papers

  • UQFL587
  • Collection
  • 2007-2011

Drafts, poetry and handwritten notes for verse novella 'Second-hand attack dog', originally titled ‘First things first’.

Keates, Carmen Leigh

'Burr-Nong Centre'

Original folder titled 'Burr-Nong Centre'. The file includes correspondence (draft outgoing, outgoing and incoming); 'Summary of Recommendations put forward in "The Feasibility of the 'Boornong' Project"'; and documents on bora grounds.

Content advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this resource contains mention of ceremony. It may contain images, transcripts or names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples now deceased. It may also contain historically and culturally sensitive words, terms, and descriptions.

North Stradbroke Island research material

This file includes correspondence, The Stradbroke Island Management Organisation Constitution (which included a membership form at the end and had the poem Ballad of the Bridge by Kath Walker attached); newsletter; flyer Is a bridge to Stradbroke necessary (with S.I.M.O. membership form); and reports.

Stradbroke Island Symposium

Copy of the publication: Stradbroke Island Symposium edited by N. C. Stevens and R. Monroe. Published by The Royal Society of Queensland 1975

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this resource contains mention of ceremony. It may contain images, transcripts or names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples now deceased. It may also contain historically and culturally sensitive words, terms, and descriptions.

Feasibility of the "Boornong" Project

The feasibility of the "Boornong" project : being a report prepared for the Office of Aboriginal Affairs and the Arts Council of Australia by D.W. McElwain ... [et al.]. Brisbane : University of Queensland, 1971. Some marking up.

Content advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this resource contains mention of ceremony. It may contain images, transcripts or names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples now deceased. It may also contain historically and culturally sensitive words, terms, and descriptions.

Writings from other authors

Authors sent their writings to Kath Walker, some in admiration, some for professional reasons. They may have been accompanied by correspondence that is filed elsewhere. Included is a thesis, prose, and poems.

Content advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this resource contains mention of mortuary and birthing customs of Aboriginal peoples around Millaa Millaa in The Story of Emily Purcell: an Aboriginal woman born about 1890. It also may contain images, transcripts or names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples now deceased. It may also contain historically and culturally sensitive words, terms, and descriptions.

Feedback on Shadow sister [motion picture]

Letters and cards from students who saw the film Shadow sister. Shadow sister is a film biography of Aboriginal poet Kath Walker, produced and directed by Frank Heimans, photographed by Geoff Burton and produced by Cinetel Productions. According to the flyer for the film "This film looks intimately at Kath Walker the person, and gives us a glimpse of how the Australian aborigines love and respect all natural aspects of their native land".