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Devious intimacy

Vickery, Ann 2015, Devious intimacy, Hunter Publishers, St Lucia, Qld..

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Title Devious intimacy
Creator(s) Vickery, Ann
Year presented 2015
Series Hunter Contemporary Australian Poets
Publisher Hunter Publishers
Place of publication St Lucia, Qld.
Description of resource 79 p.
Keyword(s) Poetry
Intimacy
Summary Devious Intimacy combines a sly, playful wit with a melancholic tenderness to navigate the complex terrain of difficult feelings. Vickery’s poems move effortlessly between the private world of love and sexuality to wider forms of connection, teasing out how past histories and literature underscore contemporary human bonds and how we imagine ourselves in light of neighbours, nationhood, and the environment. From Abstract Expressionism to Test Cricket, Vickery’s poetry delves into that which delights and intrigues us, both celebrating and critiquing our everyday routines and aesthetic modes of reception. Wry, smart, and bristling with acute observation, Devious Intimacy is a beguiling mix of charm and charge.
Language eng
Field of Research 200502 Australian Literature (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literature)
Socio Economic Objective 950203 Languages and Literature
HERDC Research category J1 Major original creative work
Copyright notice ©2015, Hunter Publishers
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30079410

Document type: Other
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
 
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