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The Year that Was

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Australia

Knocking on the sides of the rain-tank, you find unexpectedly that 1978's been a good year for Australian poetry. 'Unexpectedly' because you've grown so used to the publishers' dictum that Poetry Won't Sell, and to the rumour that the formerly flourishing small presses have glutted their own market, that it comes as a surprise to find so many books of real significance.

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