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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. by Keating, Patrick.;
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Banksy : you are an acceptable level of threat and if you were not you would know about it / by Shove, Gary.; Potter, Patrick.;
New expanded 2019 Edition. The single best collection of photography of Banksy's street work that has ever been assembled for print. If that isn't enough there are some words too. You Are An Acceptable Level of Threat covers his entire street art career, spanning the late '90s right up to the `Seasons Greetings' Christmas 2018 piece in Port Talbot, Wales. This new edition includes his self-destructing `Love is in the Bin' intervention, which according to Sotheby's is the first artwork in history to have been created live during an auction. The groundbreaking `Dismaland' show, his Paris '68 revisited works, The Walled Off Hotel, Brexit, Cans Festival, Brookyln and Basquiat, as well as new works from Gaza and New York. Also featuring the controversial `Cheltenham Spies' as well as `Girl with a Pearl Earring', `Art Buff' and the spectacular `Mobile Lovers' which appeared outside Bristol Boys Boxing Club. 248 pages featuring his greatest works of art in context.Carries warning. Parental advisory.
Subjects: Banksy.; Street art.; Graffiti.;
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Harry Potter and the goblet of fire [videorecording] / by Newell, Mike,1942-(SAGE)1954944; Radcliffe, Daniel,1989-(SAGE)1977761; Watson, Emma,1990-(SAGE)1977745; Grint, Rupert,1988-(SAGE)1982204; Smith, Maggie,1934-(SAGE)2089347; Oldman, Gary.(SAGE)1864920; Pratt, Roger.(SAGE)1967352; Doyle, Patrick,1953-(SAGE)1961363; Rowling, J. K.Harry Potter and the goblet of fire.(SAGE)2032432; Warner Home Video (Firm)(SAGE)1947657;
Director of photography, Roger Pratt ; art directors, Mark Bartholomew ... [et al.] ; editor, Mick Audsley ; music, Patrick Doyle ; costume designer, Jany Temime ; production designer, Stuart Craig ; visual effects supervisors, Tim Burke, Charley Henley, Jim Mitchell, Stuart Pitcher ; special effects supervisor, Dominic Tuohy.DVD; region 1 encoding; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; dual-layer format.Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Maggie Smith, Gary Olman, Miranda Richardson, Ralph Fiennes, Alan Rickman, Jason Isaacs.MPAA rating: PG-13; for sequences of fantasy violence and frightening images.Harry's fourth year at Hogwarts is marked by the Quidditch World Cup and the Triwizard Tournament, in which student representatives from three different wizarding schools compete in a series of increasingly challenging contests. However, Voldemort's Death Eaters are gaining strength and create the Dark Mark - giving evidence that the Dark Lord is ready to rise again. In the unsuspecting lives of the students at Hogwarts, the competitors are selected by the goblet of fire, which this year makes a very surprising announcement: Hogwarts will have two representatives in the tournament, including Harry. Now Harry has to rise to the challenge for the Tri Wizard Tournament while keeping up with school.
Subjects: Feature films.; Action and adventure films.; Fantasy films.; Adventure; Fantasy; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Videodiscs.; Potter, Harry (Fictitious character); Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry (Imaginary organization); Contests;
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Beloved Warrior [electronic resource]. by Potter, Patricia,author.; hoopla digital.;
A woman en route to an arranged marriage is taken hostage on the high seas by a Scottish mutineer in the third book of Patricia Potter's acclaimed Scottish Highland Series For almost seven years, Scottish noble Patrick Maclean has toiled as a slave aboard a Spanish galleon ship. Now the day of reckoning has finally arrived. Leading his fellow oarsmen into mutiny, he seizes control of the Sofia. But there's an unexpected passenger: the ship owner's niece. With no choice but to take the Spanish beauty hostage, Patrick sails for Scotland to exact his long-awaited revenge and reclaim his rightful legacy. Juliana Mendoza was willing to do anything to save her mother-even leave her beloved homeland to marry a total stranger. Now she finds herself the captive of a man with murder in his heart. But at Inverleith, the Macleans' ancestral keep, she sees a different side of the fierce warrior and meets his honorable clan, struggling to bring peace to a bitterly divided country. Her warring feelings for Patrick erupt into a passion that leaves them both yearning for more. But Juliana is duty bound to another land . . . and another man. Beloved Warrior is the 3rd book in the Scottish Highland series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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The Doctors Who's Who : The Story Behind Every Face of the Iconic Time Lord. by Cabell, Craig.(DLC)1920008;
Cover -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Epigraph -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Table of Contents -- INTRODUCTION -- PART ONE : THE LIFE AND TIMES OF DOCTOR WHO -- CHAPTER ONE : DOCTOR WHO -- CHAPTER TWO : WILLIAM HARTNELL -- CHAPTER THREE : PATRICK TROUGHTON -- CHAPTER FOUR : JON PERTWEE -- CHAPTER FIVE : TOM BAKER -- CHAPTER SIX : PETER DAVISON -- CHAPTER SEVEN : COLIN BAKER -- CHAPTER EIGHT : SYLVESTER McCOY -- CHAPTER NINE : PAUL McGANN -- CHAPTER TEN : PETER CUSHING -- CHAPTER ELEVEN : THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY -- CHAPTER TWELVE : CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN : DAVID TENNANT -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN : MATT SMITH -- CONCLUSION -- PART TWO : FILM, TV AND THEATRE HIGHLIGHTS -- CHAPTER ONE : ACTORS' CREDITS -- CHAPTER TWO : MISSING DOCTOR WHO EPISODES -- CHAPTER THREE : HIGHLIGHTS OF A CULT TV SHOW -- CHAPTER FOUR : KING DOCTOR -- FURTHER READING -- Plates -- ALSO BY CRAIG CABELL -- Copyright.Doctor Who is the world's longest-running science fiction television series, and has had children hiding behind sofa's since it was first broadcast in 1963. Eleven actors have played the famous Time Lord, starting with William Hartnell, and it has been a career landmark for all of them. Indeed, no other role in television history is as iconic, demanding, or as anticipated by its legions of fans as that of the famous time traveller with two hearts. Find out: * Who was a bouncer for The Rolling Stones before taking control of the Tardis. * Who was nearly blown up in the Second World War aboard HMS Hood. * Who had a fondness for woolly hats and had a grandson who would become Harry Potter's nemesis. * Who played a transvestite barmaid before becoming a Doctor Who heart-throb. Go back in time and read the human story behind a TV legend.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Doctor Who (Fictitious character).; Doctor Who (Television program : 1963-1989).; Doctor Who (Television program : 2005- ).; Television actors and actresses - Great Britain.; Television actors and actresses --Great Britain.;
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Bullying in Popular Culture : Essays on Film, Television and Novels. by Scheg, Abigail G.;
Cover -- Table of Contents -- Introduction-Abigail G. Scheg -- The Changing Faces of Bullying in Popular Culture: An Historical Account of Research in Bullying-Kulwinder P. Kaur -- Bullying Boundaries: How Are Reality Television Programs and School Policies Shaping Youth Perceptions of Acceptable Aggressive Behaviors?-Tamara Girardi -- Bullying Bullies: Narratives of Territoriality in American Popular Culture-Eduardo Barros- Grela -- The Chocolate War and Anti- Bullying Novels in Popular Culture-Nina Marie Bone -- The Power of Praise-Mary-Lynn Chambers -- Not Just for the Kids: Parents Who Cyberbully-Abigail G. Scheg -- "Fire is catching!" and So Is Bullying: The Hunger Games-Katherine Lashley -- Queerness and Bullying in Popular Culture-Kylo-Patrick R. Hart -- Swatch Dogs and Plastics: The Codification of Female Bullying-Kasey Butcher -- It Gets Better (When You Come Back from the Grave and Kill Them All): Bullying and the Horror Film and the Indeterminacy of the Monster-Fernando Gabriel Pagnoni Berns, Mariana S. Zárate and Canela Ailen Rodriguez Fontao -- Bullying, Quidditch and the Golden Snitch: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone-Chantelle MacPhee -- "Carrie White burns in hell": Re-Evaluating Carrie in the Post-Columbine Era-Don Tresca -- Dauntless Bullying in Veronica Roth's Divergent-Katherine Lashley -- The Post-9/11 John Wayne vs. Bullying: A Tale of a Schadenfreude Obsessed Culture-Kelly F. Franklin -- About the Contributors -- Index.Public awareness of bullying has increased tremendously in recent years, largely through its representation in film, television and novels. In popular media targeted towards young readers and viewers, depictions of bullying can present teachable moments and relatable situations. Written from a variety of perspectives, this collection of new essays offers a broad overview of bullying. The contributors discuss the changing face of bullying in popular media, bullying among females, parents who cyberbully, anti-bullying novels, the phenomenon of a Schadenfreude obsessed culture, and how reality television shapes youth perceptions of what is acceptable aggressiveness.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Bullies in mass media.; Bullying -- Social aspects.; Bullying in popular culture.;
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Storybook art : hands-on art for children in the styles of 100 great picture book illustrators / by Kohl, MaryAnn F.(SAGE)1796730; Potter, Jean,1947-(SAGE)1870027; Van Slyke, Rebeccaillustrator.(SAGE)1981831;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.Painting. Molly Bang ; Robert Bender ; Eric Carle ; Donald Crews ; Ian Falconer ; Don Freeman ; Wanda Gág ; Stephen Gammell ; Barbara Garrison ; Pat Hutchins ; Thea Kliros ; Anita Lobel ; Bernard Lodge ; Robert McCloskey ; David McKee ; Pierr Morgan ; Diana Pomeroy ; Rémi Saillard ; John Schoenherr ; Charles G. Shaw ; Chris Van Allsburg ; Neil Waldman ; Ellen Stoll Walsh ; Lynd Ward ; Taro Yashima -- Drawing. Jim Arnosky ; Muriel Batherman ; Patrick Benson ; Marvin Bileck ; Jan Brett ; Virginia Lee Burton ; Donald Crews ; Bruce Degen ; Ed Emberley ; Marie Hall Ets ; Paul Goble ; Crockett Johnson ; Beth Krommes ; Leo Lionni ; Josephine Martin ; Clare Turlay Newberry ; Nancy Winslow Parker ; Daniel M. Pinkwater ; Patricia Polacco ; Maurice Sendak ; Shel Silverstein ; Marc Simont ; Louis Slobodkin ; William Steig ; Kurt Wiese -- Cut & collage. Barbara Cooney ; David Diaz ; Dorothy Donohue ; Lois Ehlert ; Steve Jenkins ; Marthe Jocelyn ; Stephen T. Johnson ; Ann Jonas ; Ezra Jack Keats ; Christopher Knight ; Suse MacDonald ; Sheila McGraw ; Holly Meade ; Yaroslava Mills ; Patricia Mullins ; Marcus Pfister ; Mira Reisberg ; Faith Ringgold ; Susan L. Roth ; Synthia Saint James ; Jerome Wexler ; Candace Whitman ; David Wiesner ; Ed Young -- Craft/construct. Clare Beaton ; Mark Buehner ; David A. Carter ; Arthur Dorros ; Roger Duvoisin ; Arthur Geisert ; Denise Fleming ; Mort Gerberg ; Karen Katz ; Clement Hurd ; David Kirk ; Leo Lionni ; Wendell Minor ; Beni Montresor ; Tomie dePaola ; Barbara Reid ; Robert Sabuda ; Allen Say ; Dr. Seuss ; Uri Shulevitz ; Joan Steiner ; Tomi Ungerer ; David Wisniewski ; Don Wood ; Dare Wright -- Resource guide.100 simple art projects for children based on famous and award-winning storybook illustrators from the 1930s to present. Includes basic biographical information and the artist's portraits created by grade school children. Resource guide includes illustrator web sites, book awards list, meet the authors and illustrators, art materials and supplies listed by project, as well as complete book information for the featured illustrators' works.1
Subjects: Art; Creative activities and seat work; Children's literature; Illustrators;
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Ivan Mauger : The Man Behind the Myth. by Chaplin, John.;
Intro -- Title -- Dedication -- Quotes -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- Foreword by Martin Rogers -- Richard Bott -- John Cook -- Pete Smith -- Bob Dugard -- Chum Taylor -- Brian Havelock -- Con Migro -- Mike Lee -- Jason Crump -- Phil Crump -- Neil Street -- Ronnie Moore MBE -- Tony 'Hawkeye' Hurren -- Richard Clark -- Ian Belcher -- Guy Allott -- Barry Briggs -- Tony Briggs -- Ken Wrench -- George Major -- Debbie Pritchard (née Mauger) -- Armando Castagna -- Ray Wilson -- Freddie Williams -- Norrie Allan -- Gordon Stobbs -- Margaret Stobbs -- Brad Oxley -- Jim MacMillan -- Peter White -- Julie Mauger -- Mark and Bernard Robinson -- Colin Pratt -- Dave Appleton, HMP Stafford -- Tony Lethbridge -- Ove Fundin -- Joe Owen -- Leigh Adams -- Trevor Mauger -- Bob Andrews -- Peter Oakes -- Pam Oakes -- John Berry -- Hans Nielsen -- Deborah and Dennis Sigalos -- John Davis -- Bill Walsh -- Kelly Moran -- Ole Olsen -- Peggy Crozier -- Scott Autrey -- Philip Rising -- Len &amp -- Andrew Silver -- Tony Olsson -- Anders Michanek -- Jim Hone -- Mike Bast -- Doug Wyer -- Mark Loram -- Malcolm Roe -- Carl Askew -- Reg Fearman -- Egon Muller -- Jim Lynch -- Graham Drury -- Gunter Sorber -- Bert Harkins -- Bill Elliott -- Nigel and Cynthia Boocock -- Eric Boocock -- Malcolm Simmons -- Nigel Pearson -- Bruce Penhall -- Tore Kittilsen -- Dave Lanning -- Jerzy Szczakiel -- Jim Shepherd -- 'Sudden' Sam Ermolenko -- Peter Adams -- Peter Collins MBE -- Peter York -- Richard Greer -- Rick Miller -- Richard Frost -- Tony Rickardsson -- Rod Colquhoun -- Dave Gifford -- Bill Gilliham -- Iain Potter -- Brett Tucker -- Nigel Bower -- Allen Trump -- Alan Brett -- Tony Steele -- Allan Batt -- Ian Hoskins -- Dave Jessup -- Graham Brodie -- Tracy Holmes -- Chris Morton MBE -- Kelvin Tatum MBE -- John Burley -- Bengt Jansson -- Trevor Hedge -- Gareth Rogers.Alan Hunt -- Bernie Leigh -- Ronnie Allan -- Vaclav Verner -- Mike Patrick -- Wilfried Drygala -- Neil Evitts -- Mike Hunter -- John Davidson -- Raye Mauger -- The Statistics -- Plates -- About the Author -- By the Same Author -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Fremantle Press Anthology of Western Australian Poetry. by Kinsella, John.; Ryan, Tracy.;
Front Cover -- Title Page -- About the Author -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction -- George Fletcher Moore (b.1798 d.1886) -- Western Australia For Me -- 'A' (n.d.) -- Mount Eliza -- Anonymous (n.d.) -- A New Song -- Delta (n.d.) -- The Song of the Ticket of Leave Man -- Elizabeth Deborah Brockman (b.1833 d.1915) -- On Receiving From England a Bunch of Dried Wild Flowers -- Sonnet -- The Cedars -- Requiescat in Pace -- John Boyle O'Reilly (b.1844 d.1890) -- The Dukite Snake -- The Gaol -- Henry Ebenezer Clay (b.1844 d.1896) -- from Two and Two -- 'Humanitas' (n.d.) -- A Blackfellow's Appeal -- Henry Charles Prinsep (b.1844 d.1922) -- Josephine -- Acaster (n.d.) -- O'er a Native's Grave -- Alfred Chandler ('Spinifex') (b.1852 d.1941) -- The Poet -- Lights Along the Mile -- Coolgardie 1893 -- Mary Doyle ('May Kidson') (b.1858 d.1942) -- Perth in Morning Light -- John Philip Bourke ('Bluebush') (b.1860 d.1914) -- When I am Dead -- Percy Henn (b.1865 d.1955) -- A Soldier's Funeral -- Charles Wiltens Andrée Hayward (b.1866 d.1950) -- Belinda -- Along the Road to Cue -- 'C' (n.d.) -- The Tothersider and The Perthite -- Edwin Greenslade Murphy ('Dryblower') (b.1866 d.1939) -- The Lodes that Under-lie -- The Rhymes that Our Hearts Can Read -- Thomas H. Wilson ('Crosscut') (b.1867 d.1925) -- A Man was Killed in the Mine Today -- The Boulder Block -- The Poverty Pot -- Frederick Charles Vosper (b.1869 d.1901) -- The New Woman -- Lilian Wooster Greaves (b.1869 d.1956) -- The Farmer's Daughter -- W.C. Thomas (b.1869 d.1957) -- The Terrace -- F.W. Ophel (b.1871 d.1912) -- His Epitaph -- The Phantoms of the Dark -- 'The Boulder Bard' ('Willy-Willy') (n.d.) -- Ode to West Australia -- 'The Exile' (n.d.) -- Caste -- Mingkarlajirri (d.late 1920s) -- The Marble Bar Pool Spirit is Releasing a Flood (Wurlanyalu Nganyjarranga Jurta Murru Marri).Dorham Doolette (b.1872 d.1925) -- The Ballade of Cottesloe Beach -- Annie H. Mark (b.1875 d.1947) -- When Morning-glory Trims a Fence -- Miriny-Mirinymarra Jingkiri (d.1930s) -- Koolinda in Harbour (Kurlintanya) -- At Wurruwangkanya Jawiri is Increasing the Cold (Wurruwangkanya Jipal Pirnu Jawirilu) -- Katharine Susannah Prichard (b.1883 d.1969) -- The Earth Lover -- Oscar Walters (b.1889 d.1948) -- '17 And '32 -- Old Tumbler (Yanmi aka Walaburu) (b.1890. d.1962) -- Racecourse Wharlu (Water Snake) -- Yintilypirna Kaalyamarra (d. early 1940s) -- Rows and Rows of Rain Clouds (Yirra, Kuji, Yirra, Karti Ngayirrmani) -- The Coastline Looks Strange to Me From Out Here (Ngurra Parta Ngayinyu Ngajapa Wangkurrungura Kapungurala) -- Peter Hopegood (b.1891 d.1967) -- On Ninety-Mile Beach -- Wimia King (Wimiya) (b. c.1893 d.1979) -- Tjanginara the Plane -- Olive Pell (b.1903 d.2002) -- Monte Bello -- My Patriarchal Table Nest -- Paul Hasluck (b.1905 d.1993) -- At the Aquarium -- Jack Sorensen (b.1907 d.1949) -- My River -- The Dead Don't Care -- Breakaways -- Coppin Dale (Garargeman or Yinbal) (b. c.1908 d.1993) -- Gold Fever -- Baaburgur t (Bulyen, George Elliot) (n.d.) -- Exile's Lament -- Wirrkaru Jingkiri (d.1960s) -- Doctor's Day (Maparnkarra) -- William Har t-Smith (b.1911 d.1990) -- Cormorants, Trigg Island -- Galahs -- Razor Fish -- Kenneth Mackenzie (b.1913 d.1955) -- The Snake -- A Robin, Too -- The Awakening -- Judith Sewing -- Joan Williams ('Justina Williams') (b.1914 d.2008) -- No Coward Colour -- Alec Choate (b.1915 d.2010) -- Words for a Granddaughter -- Dingo -- Jack Davis (b.1917 d.2000) -- Rottnest -- Forest Giant -- Red Robin -- Mining Company's Hymn -- John Pat -- The First-born -- Wolfe Fairbridge (b.1918 d.1950) -- Consecration of the House -- Karri Forest -- Merv Lilley (b.1919 d.2016) -- The Lesson -- Swift.Dorothy Hewett (b.1923 d.2002) -- The Valley of the Giants -- In Midland Where the Trains Go By -- Once I Rode with Clancy -- Living Dangerously -- The Salt Lake -- Katakapu (b. c.1930) -- A Stranger to this Country, I'm Following Them (Pampanulu Jina Marna Ngurra Panalala) -- Night Drive in a V-8 Buckboard (Ngananyakarra Nganyjarra Nganil Ngarri) -- Waparla Pananykarra (b. c.1930 d.1995) -- It's Standing Still After the Motor Has Been Started Up (Ngurntirri Jipantangu Nguntuntu Karriyan) -- Jirlparurrumarra Piraparrjirri -- Our Poor Trees are Almost Submerged (Pukapannya) -- Griffith Watkins (b.1930 d.1969) -- Heatwave -- Bar Brawl -- Ee Tiang Hong (b.1933 d.1990) -- Coming To -- Perth -- Fay Zwicky (b.1933) -- Kaddish -- Picnic -- William Grono (b.1934) -- Separation -- Peter Jeffery (b.1935) -- Pompeii in Australia -- Randolph Stow (b.1935 d.2010) -- The Land's Meaning -- Merry-go-round -- Penelope -- Persephone -- Ruins of the City of Hay -- Still Life with Amaryllis Belladonna -- Glen Phillips (b.1936) -- Spring Burning -- Fourteen Tankas for Salt-Lake Country -- Gordon Mackay-Warna (n.d.) -- Grassfire -- Tableland Bushfire -- Mudrooroo (Colin Johnson) (b.1938) -- Auntie Margaret -- Images\Artytypes\Stereotypes -- Mick Fazeldean (d.1990s) -- Whirlwind -- Ian Templeman (b.1938 d.2015) -- First Death -- Peter Bibby (b.1940) -- Wornaway Bat -- Andrew Taylor (b.1940) -- Swamp Poems -- Dick Alderson (b.1941) -- Skein -- Alan Alexander (b.1941) -- Limestone at Margaret River -- Lee Knowles (b.1941) -- Opportunity Shop -- from Batavia Islands -- Shape-Shifter -- Nicholas Hasluck (b.1942) -- Bikini Atoll -- Yilgarn -- Brian Dibble (b.1943) -- A Poet Remembers the Farm -- Andrew Burke (b.1944) -- The Present Depression -- The Old Tambourine -- Caroline Caddy (b.1944) -- Lake Grace -- Pelican -- Wheatbelt -- Michael Youlin Birch (b.1944 d.1968).2516349, Jones, Private W. -- Hal Colebatch (b.1945) -- Autumn Morning -- The Romantic Poet Goes On a Little Journey -- Mary Champion (b.1947) -- Long Park -- Jan Teagle Kapetas (b.1947) -- Slaughtering the Lamb -- Alf Taylor (b.1947) -- Moorditj Yorgah -- The Land -- Marion May Campbell (b.1948) -- Time Inside -- Jimmy Chi (b.1948) -- Black Girl -- Dennis Haskell (b.1948) -- The Basis of All Knowledge -- After Chemo -- No-one Ever Found You -- The Trees -- Beate Josephi (b.1948) -- In Praise of a Second Language -- Sunil Govinnage (b.1950) -- I Don't Write Poems in Sinhala Anymore -- Philip Salom (b.1950) -- Seeing Gallipoli From the Sky -- Barbecue of the Primitives -- Ode to Skin -- We Called it The Engine -- Annamaria Weldon (b.1950) -- Coracle -- Kristy Jones (b. c.1950) -- The Past Still Lives -- Sally Morgan (b.1951) -- I Can Count -- Janey Told Me -- Zan Ross (b.1951) -- Absolute Daily Disposable -- Wendy Jenkins (b.1952) -- The Silence of Mussels -- Dolphin Sightings -- Rod Moran (b.1952) -- A Memoir of Birds -- My Daughter Reading -- David Brooks (b.1953) -- The Pines, Cottesloe -- Philip Collier (b.1953) -- Grave Change -- Philip Mead (b.1953) -- There's Small Grass Appearing on the Hill-side -- Robert Walker (b.1953 d.1984) -- Solitary Confinement -- Andrew Lansdown (b.1954) -- Between Glances -- Emergence -- Shane McCauley (b.1954) -- The Dissolution of a Fox -- The Cosmonauts Smell Flowers -- Graeme Dixon (b.1955 d.2010) -- Prison -- Holocaust Island -- Liana Joy Christensen (b.1955) -- Idiom -- Barbara Temper ton (b.1955) -- Splinter -- Night Camp -- Pat Torres (b.1956) -- Gurrwayi Gurrwayi, The Rain Bird -- Kim Scott (b.1957) -- Kaya -- Mar Bucknell (b.1957) -- We Have Tried to Make Marks on the Glass -- Roland Leach (b.1957) -- Seven Miles to School -- Grandmother -- Marcella Polain (b.1958) -- Zero Point Four.Paul Hetherington (b.1958) -- Meckering Earthquake -- Michael Heald (b.1959) -- Pear Tree -- Leeches -- Maree Dawes (b.1960) -- Gesso -- Frieda Hughes (b.1960) -- Wooroloo -- Kate Lilley (b.1960) -- South Perth Poems -- Graham Kershaw (b.1961) -- The Heywood Spire -- Afeif Ismail (b.1962) -- The Empire of My Grandmother -- David McComb (b.1962 d.1999) -- Behind the Garages of this Country -- Blessed Be -- Charmaine Paper talk-Green (b.1962) -- Don't Want Me to Talk -- A White Australia Mindset -- Strong Wajarri Man -- Blinding Loyalty -- Sarah French (b.1963) -- Boy -- Kevin Gillam (b.1963) -- the furniture of thought -- John Kinsella (b.1963) -- Playing Cricket at Wheatlands -- Goat -- Nandi Chinna (b.1964) -- Hydrology -- Mags Webster (b.1964) -- Nights in Suburbia -- Morgan Yasbincek (b.1964) -- the reindeer -- with my sister at the funeral parlor -- Tracy Ryan (b.1964) -- Lost Property -- First Burn -- Jackson (b.1965) -- suck faint amity -- am I not? -- The Antipoet (Allan Boyd) (b.1966) -- fly in fly out fly in fly out -- Lucy Dougan (b.1966) -- The Chest -- Mannequin Brides -- David McCooey (b.1967) -- Pink Moon -- Gabrielle Everall (b.1968) -- Stink -- Concord as you get off the Concorde -- Amanda Joy (b.1970) -- Snake Skin, Roe Swamp -- John Mateer (b.1971) -- Ghost Wedding -- Fire Imagined -- The Frog-Memory -- Contemplating a Migraine -- Emma Rooksby (b.1972) -- Garbage -- Miriam Wei Wei Lo (b.1973) -- Don't Call Me Grandma -- Bumboat Cruise on the Singapore River -- Claire Potter (b.1975) -- The Appeal of Cranes -- Toby Davidson (b.1977) -- H2 -- Scott-Patrick Mitchell (b.1977) -- him -- Eight Letters To A Lover, II -- Jeremy Balius (b.1979) -- Day 6 -- Shevaun Cooley (b.1979) -- let down at birth into the dark well and overflowing with it -- J.P. Quinton (b.1981) -- Little River -- Ode to C.Y. O'Connor -- Caitlin Maling (b.1985).The Break.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Fremantle Press Anthology of Western Australian Poetry. by Kinsella, John.; Ryan, Tracy.; Ryan, Tracy.;
Front Cover -- Title Page -- About the Author -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction -- George Fletcher Moore (b.1798 d.1886) -- Western Australia For Me -- 'A' (n.d.) -- Mount Eliza -- Anonymous (n.d.) -- A New Song -- Delta (n.d.) -- The Song of the Ticket of Leave Man -- Elizabeth Deborah Brockman (b.1833 d.1915) -- On Receiving From England a Bunch of Dried Wild Flowers -- Sonnet -- The Cedars -- Requiescat in Pace -- John Boyle O'Reilly (b.1844 d.1890) -- The Dukite Snake -- The Gaol -- Henry Ebenezer Clay (b.1844 d.1896) -- from Two and Two -- 'Humanitas' (n.d.) -- A Blackfellow's Appeal -- Henry Charles Prinsep (b.1844 d.1922) -- Josephine -- Acaster (n.d.) -- O'er a Native's Grave -- Alfred Chandler ('Spinifex') (b.1852 d.1941) -- The Poet -- Lights Along the Mile -- Coolgardie 1893 -- Mary Doyle ('May Kidson') (b.1858 d.1942) -- Perth in Morning Light -- John Philip Bourke ('Bluebush') (b.1860 d.1914) -- When I am Dead -- Percy Henn (b.1865 d.1955) -- A Soldier's Funeral -- Charles Wiltens Andrée Hayward (b.1866 d.1950) -- Belinda -- Along the Road to Cue -- 'C' (n.d.) -- The Tothersider and The Perthite -- Edwin Greenslade Murphy ('Dryblower') (b.1866 d.1939) -- The Lodes that Under-lie -- The Rhymes that Our Hearts Can Read -- Thomas H. Wilson ('Crosscut') (b.1867 d.1925) -- A Man was Killed in the Mine Today -- The Boulder Block -- The Poverty Pot -- Frederick Charles Vosper (b.1869 d.1901) -- The New Woman -- Lilian Wooster Greaves (b.1869 d.1956) -- The Farmer's Daughter -- W.C. Thomas (b.1869 d.1957) -- The Terrace -- F.W. Ophel (b.1871 d.1912) -- His Epitaph -- The Phantoms of the Dark -- 'The Boulder Bard' ('Willy-Willy') (n.d.) -- Ode to West Australia -- 'The Exile' (n.d.) -- Caste -- Mingkarlajirri (d.late 1920s) -- The Marble Bar Pool Spirit is Releasing a Flood (Wurlanyalu Nganyjarranga Jurta Murru Marri).Dorham Doolette (b.1872 d.1925) -- The Ballade of Cottesloe Beach -- Annie H. Mark (b.1875 d.1947) -- When Morning-glory Trims a Fence -- Miriny-Mirinymarra Jingkiri (d.1930s) -- Koolinda in Harbour (Kurlintanya) -- At Wurruwangkanya Jawiri is Increasing the Cold (Wurruwangkanya Jipal Pirnu Jawirilu) -- Katharine Susannah Prichard (b.1883 d.1969) -- The Earth Lover -- Oscar Walters (b.1889 d.1948) -- '17 And '32 -- Old Tumbler (Yanmi aka Walaburu) (b.1890. d.1962) -- Racecourse Wharlu (Water Snake) -- Yintilypirna Kaalyamarra (d. early 1940s) -- Rows and Rows of Rain Clouds (Yirra, Kuji, Yirra, Karti Ngayirrmani) -- The Coastline Looks Strange to Me From Out Here (Ngurra Parta Ngayinyu Ngajapa Wangkurrungura Kapungurala) -- Peter Hopegood (b.1891 d.1967) -- On Ninety-Mile Beach -- Wimia King (Wimiya) (b. c.1893 d.1979) -- Tjanginara the Plane -- Olive Pell (b.1903 d.2002) -- Monte Bello -- My Patriarchal Table Nest -- Paul Hasluck (b.1905 d.1993) -- At the Aquarium -- Jack Sorensen (b.1907 d.1949) -- My River -- The Dead Don't Care -- Breakaways -- Coppin Dale (Garargeman or Yinbal) (b. c.1908 d.1993) -- Gold Fever -- Baaburgur t (Bulyen, George Elliot) (n.d.) -- Exile's Lament -- Wirrkaru Jingkiri (d.1960s) -- Doctor's Day (Maparnkarra) -- William Har t-Smith (b.1911 d.1990) -- Cormorants, Trigg Island -- Galahs -- Razor Fish -- Kenneth Mackenzie (b.1913 d.1955) -- The Snake -- A Robin, Too -- The Awakening -- Judith Sewing -- Joan Williams ('Justina Williams') (b.1914 d.2008) -- No Coward Colour -- Alec Choate (b.1915 d.2010) -- Words for a Granddaughter -- Dingo -- Jack Davis (b.1917 d.2000) -- Rottnest -- Forest Giant -- Red Robin -- Mining Company's Hymn -- John Pat -- The First-born -- Wolfe Fairbridge (b.1918 d.1950) -- Consecration of the House -- Karri Forest -- Merv Lilley (b.1919 d.2016) -- The Lesson -- Swift.Dorothy Hewett (b.1923 d.2002) -- The Valley of the Giants -- In Midland Where the Trains Go By -- Once I Rode with Clancy -- Living Dangerously -- The Salt Lake -- Katakapu (b. c.1930) -- A Stranger to this Country, I'm Following Them (Pampanulu Jina Marna Ngurra Panalala) -- Night Drive in a V-8 Buckboard (Ngananyakarra Nganyjarra Nganil Ngarri) -- Waparla Pananykarra (b. c.1930 d.1995) -- It's Standing Still After the Motor Has Been Started Up (Ngurntirri Jipantangu Nguntuntu Karriyan) -- Jirlparurrumarra Piraparrjirri -- Our Poor Trees are Almost Submerged (Pukapannya) -- Griffith Watkins (b.1930 d.1969) -- Heatwave -- Bar Brawl -- Ee Tiang Hong (b.1933 d.1990) -- Coming To -- Perth -- Fay Zwicky (b.1933) -- Kaddish -- Picnic -- William Grono (b.1934) -- Separation -- Peter Jeffery (b.1935) -- Pompeii in Australia -- Randolph Stow (b.1935 d.2010) -- The Land's Meaning -- Merry-go-round -- Penelope -- Persephone -- Ruins of the City of Hay -- Still Life with Amaryllis Belladonna -- Glen Phillips (b.1936) -- Spring Burning -- Fourteen Tankas for Salt-Lake Country -- Gordon Mackay-Warna (n.d.) -- Grassfire -- Tableland Bushfire -- Mudrooroo (Colin Johnson) (b.1938) -- Auntie Margaret -- Images\Artytypes\Stereotypes -- Mick Fazeldean (d.1990s) -- Whirlwind -- Ian Templeman (b.1938 d.2015) -- First Death -- Peter Bibby (b.1940) -- Wornaway Bat -- Andrew Taylor (b.1940) -- Swamp Poems -- Dick Alderson (b.1941) -- Skein -- Alan Alexander (b.1941) -- Limestone at Margaret River -- Lee Knowles (b.1941) -- Opportunity Shop -- from Batavia Islands -- Shape-Shifter -- Nicholas Hasluck (b.1942) -- Bikini Atoll -- Yilgarn -- Brian Dibble (b.1943) -- A Poet Remembers the Farm -- Andrew Burke (b.1944) -- The Present Depression -- The Old Tambourine -- Caroline Caddy (b.1944) -- Lake Grace -- Pelican -- Wheatbelt -- Michael Youlin Birch (b.1944 d.1968).2516349, Jones, Private W. -- Hal Colebatch (b.1945) -- Autumn Morning -- The Romantic Poet Goes On a Little Journey -- Mary Champion (b.1947) -- Long Park -- Jan Teagle Kapetas (b.1947) -- Slaughtering the Lamb -- Alf Taylor (b.1947) -- Moorditj Yorgah -- The Land -- Marion May Campbell (b.1948) -- Time Inside -- Jimmy Chi (b.1948) -- Black Girl -- Dennis Haskell (b.1948) -- The Basis of All Knowledge -- After Chemo -- No-one Ever Found You -- The Trees -- Beate Josephi (b.1948) -- In Praise of a Second Language -- Sunil Govinnage (b.1950) -- I Don't Write Poems in Sinhala Anymore -- Philip Salom (b.1950) -- Seeing Gallipoli From the Sky -- Barbecue of the Primitives -- Ode to Skin -- We Called it The Engine -- Annamaria Weldon (b.1950) -- Coracle -- Kristy Jones (b. c.1950) -- The Past Still Lives -- Sally Morgan (b.1951) -- I Can Count -- Janey Told Me -- Zan Ross (b.1951) -- Absolute Daily Disposable -- Wendy Jenkins (b.1952) -- The Silence of Mussels -- Dolphin Sightings -- Rod Moran (b.1952) -- A Memoir of Birds -- My Daughter Reading -- David Brooks (b.1953) -- The Pines, Cottesloe -- Philip Collier (b.1953) -- Grave Change -- Philip Mead (b.1953) -- There's Small Grass Appearing on the Hill-side -- Robert Walker (b.1953 d.1984) -- Solitary Confinement -- Andrew Lansdown (b.1954) -- Between Glances -- Emergence -- Shane McCauley (b.1954) -- The Dissolution of a Fox -- The Cosmonauts Smell Flowers -- Graeme Dixon (b.1955 d.2010) -- Prison -- Holocaust Island -- Liana Joy Christensen (b.1955) -- Idiom -- Barbara Temper ton (b.1955) -- Splinter -- Night Camp -- Pat Torres (b.1956) -- Gurrwayi Gurrwayi, The Rain Bird -- Kim Scott (b.1957) -- Kaya -- Mar Bucknell (b.1957) -- We Have Tried to Make Marks on the Glass -- Roland Leach (b.1957) -- Seven Miles to School -- Grandmother -- Marcella Polain (b.1958) -- Zero Point Four.Paul Hetherington (b.1958) -- Meckering Earthquake -- Michael Heald (b.1959) -- Pear Tree -- Leeches -- Maree Dawes (b.1960) -- Gesso -- Frieda Hughes (b.1960) -- Wooroloo -- Kate Lilley (b.1960) -- South Perth Poems -- Graham Kershaw (b.1961) -- The Heywood Spire -- Afeif Ismail (b.1962) -- The Empire of My Grandmother -- David McComb (b.1962 d.1999) -- Behind the Garages of this Country -- Blessed Be -- Charmaine Paper talk-Green (b.1962) -- Don't Want Me to Talk -- A White Australia Mindset -- Strong Wajarri Man -- Blinding Loyalty -- Sarah French (b.1963) -- Boy -- Kevin Gillam (b.1963) -- the furniture of thought -- John Kinsella (b.1963) -- Playing Cricket at Wheatlands -- Goat -- Nandi Chinna (b.1964) -- Hydrology -- Mags Webster (b.1964) -- Nights in Suburbia -- Morgan Yasbincek (b.1964) -- the reindeer -- with my sister at the funeral parlor -- Tracy Ryan (b.1964) -- Lost Property -- First Burn -- Jackson (b.1965) -- suck faint amity -- am I not? -- The Antipoet (Allan Boyd) (b.1966) -- fly in fly out fly in fly out -- Lucy Dougan (b.1966) -- The Chest -- Mannequin Brides -- David McCooey (b.1967) -- Pink Moon -- Gabrielle Everall (b.1968) -- Stink -- Concord as you get off the Concorde -- Amanda Joy (b.1970) -- Snake Skin, Roe Swamp -- John Mateer (b.1971) -- Ghost Wedding -- Fire Imagined -- The Frog-Memory -- Contemplating a Migraine -- Emma Rooksby (b.1972) -- Garbage -- Miriam Wei Wei Lo (b.1973) -- Don't Call Me Grandma -- Bumboat Cruise on the Singapore River -- Claire Potter (b.1975) -- The Appeal of Cranes -- Toby Davidson (b.1977) -- H2 -- Scott-Patrick Mitchell (b.1977) -- him -- Eight Letters To A Lover, II -- Jeremy Balius (b.1979) -- Day 6 -- Shevaun Cooley (b.1979) -- let down at birth into the dark well and overflowing with it -- J.P. Quinton (b.1981) -- Little River -- Ode to C.Y. O'Connor -- Caitlin Maling (b.1985).The Break.The Fremantle Press Anthology of Western Australian Poetry is a comprehensive survey of the state's poets from the 19th century to today. Featuring work from 134 poets, and including the work of many WA Indigenous poets, this watershed anthology brings together the poems that have contributed to and defined the ways that Western Australians see themselves.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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