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    Vivian Brian Smith
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James McAuley, (Australian writers and their work).

James McAuley, (Australian writers and their work). 0195503309 (ISBN13: 9780195503302).

Although factual and descriptive writing remained prominent, Australian writers . A number of writers began publishing works of an autobiographical kind in which the emphasis lay elsewhere than on the self.

The Ern Malley hoax (1944), in which the poets James McAuley and Harold Stewart, writing as a deceased et, parodied what they saw as the meaninglessness of experimental verse, was an indication of the demand for new standards.

Vivian Brian Smith (born 3 June 1933) is an Australian poet. He is considered one of the most lyrical and observant Australian poets of his generation

Vivian Brian Smith (born 3 June 1933) is an Australian poet. He is considered one of the most lyrical and observant Australian poets of his generation. Smith was born in Hobart, Tasmania and studied French at the University of Tasmania from which he graduated with a Master of Arts. He left Tasmania in the late 1950s and has lived since then in Sydney, where he was a longtime professor at the University of Sydney until his retirement in the early 2000s.

James Phillip McAuley (12 October 1917 – 15 October 1976) was an Australian academic, poet, journalist, literary critic and a prominent convert to Roman Catholicism. Peter Coleman considered that "no one else in Australian letters has so effectively exposed or ridiculed modernist verse, leftie politics and mindless liberalism". McAuley was born in Lakemba, a suburb of Sydney

by Vivian Brian Smith. Published 1965 by Lansdowne Press in Melbourne. Australian writers and their works.

by Vivian Brian Smith. In literature, Criticism and interpretation. James Phillip McAuley (1917-). 821. Library of Congress. A1613 Z88. The Physical Object.

Vivian Brian Smith has written: 'Familiar places'. James McAuley' - subject(s): In literature, Criticism and interpretation. Brian Keith-Smith has written: 'Johannes Bobrowski' 'An Encyclopedia of German Women Writers 1900-1933' 'German Women Writers 1900-1933'. Tasmania and Australian poetry'. Vance Palmer' - subject(s): In literature, Criticism and interpretation. The poetry of Robert Lowell' - subject(s): Criticism and interpretation. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Vivian Smith written? Vivian Smith has written: 'James McAuley'.

Vivian Brian Smith (born 3 June 1933) is an Australian poet, literary critic, and academic. Smith was born in Hobart, Tasmania. He studied French at the University of Tasmania from which he graduated with a Master of Arts. He left Tasmania in the late 1950s and has lived since then in Sydney, where he was a longtime professor at the University of Sydney until his retirement in the early 2000s

Clive James, the Australian writer and broadcaster known around the world for his dry wit, has died at the age of 8.

Clive James, the Australian writer and broadcaster known around the world for his dry wit, has died at the age of 80. Diagnosed with leukaemia in 2010, the author and critic had movingly written about his terminal illness during the final years of his life. Born Vivian James in 1939, he moved to England in 1961 and rose to prominence as a literary critic and TV columnist. Clive James in his own words.

Published by The Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic) In. the magazine in this format was founded by Australian novelist Clare Mendes as a vehicle for informing members and providing quality advice and support to local, national and international members of the Fellowship

Clive James, an expatriate Australian writer and broadcaster who wrote incisively and often hilariously about . FILE PHOTO: Author Clive James poses with a copy of his new book of essays "Cultural Amnesia" in New York's Bryant Park March 30, 2007.

Clive James, an expatriate Australian writer and broadcaster who wrote incisively and often hilariously about television, literature and current affairs, has died aged 80, his agents said on Wednesday. At almost 900 pages, James' latest work offers essays on influential figures of the 20th Century. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/File Photo. James, a big name in British television and radio in the 1980s, was influential in media circles and won awards for journalism and broadcasting.