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Bee Hut
RRP*: $24.95
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781863954464
Pages
160
Dimensions
138 x 210 x 0mm
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Description

Known for her passionate, sensual and edgy poetry, Dorothy Porter was one of Australia's truly original writers. She was twice short-listed for Australia's premier literary award, the Miles Franklin, and her verse novel The Monkey's is a modern Australian classic.

The Bee Hut, her fifteenth book, brings together the poems she wrote in the last fi ve years of her life. By turns expansive and intimate, effusive and contemplative, these poems roam widely: there are journeys into history and to sacred places both mythic and deeply personal. As Andrea Goldsmith writes in her preface, Porter's writing 'glows and shimmers' with passionate curiosity and exuberant love of life.
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