A Day at Hiroshima, Parkerville and other poems, with drawings by Lawrence John Jones, Hovea, . .
A Day at Hiroshima, Parkerville and other poems, with drawings by Lawrence John Jones, Hovea, . Parkerville Amphitheatre, 1983. Three Poems of Celebration, with artwork by Daniel Argyle. Summertime Poems, with artwork by Lawrence John Jones, Claremont, . Parkerville Amphitheatre, 1999. The Undivided: a verse play in three acts. Foreword by E. J. Stormon.
John Joseph Jones (1930–2000) was a British-born Australian poet, composer, singer, playwright, and prose author, possibly best known for establishing the Parkerville Amphitheatre in Western Australia. Jones was born in London, England, of Welsh and English parents. He was a cousin of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. He first arrived in Australia as a teenager in 1948. Between 1950 and 1952, he worked briefly in England, Canada, and Fiji, but settled permanently in Australia in 1951.
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But Joseph is yonder with Grant to-day, a thousand miles or near, And only the bees are abroad at work with me in the clover here. Was it a murmur of thunder I heard that hummed again in the air? Yet, may be, the cannon are sounding now their Onward to Richmond there.
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ON Monday, August 6th, 1945, a new era in human history opened. Applications poured in for permission to serialise the story in other American journals, among them the New York Herald Tribune, Washington Post, Chicago Sun, and Boston Globe. A condensed version-the cuts personally approved by Hersey-was broadcast in four instalments by the American Broadcasting Company. Penguin Books, feeling that Hersey’s story should receive the widest possible circulation in Great Britain, immediately cabled to Alfred A. Knopf for, and were accorded, permission to issue it complete in book form.
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John Donne’s poetry is a curious mix of contradictions. At once spiritual and metaphysical, it is also deeply embedded in the physicality of bodies: love as a physical, corporeal experience as well as a spiritual high. His style can often be startlingly plain (‘For God’s sake hold your tongue’, one of the poems on this list begins), yet his imagery is frequently complex, his use of extended metaphors requiring some careful unpacking. Here we’ve condensed the complete poetical works of John Donne into ten of his best-known and most celebrated poems