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    A Return To Poetry 1999
    Binding
    Paperback
    ISBN13
    9781875989546
    Pages
    218
    Dimensions
    147 x 194 x 0mm
    Released
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    Each Christmas we ask ten of this country's poetry-lovers, such as Ruth Cracknell, Barry Humphries, Paul Kelly and Dorothy Porter, to name ten of their favourite poems, with a single condition - that half be written by Australians. The resulting anthology allows the selectors to share their poetic discoveries, and combines some of the best of our own poetry with much-loved choices from around the world.

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