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Title: The Meaning of Recognition. [essay]
Authors: James, Clive
Keywords: Clive James
Western liberal democracy
Madonna
Britain
French Resistance
Elvis Presley
Dante
liberal intelligentsia
Sydney University
Goethe
Faust
Things Happen
Tolstoy
Natasha Rostova
Anna Karenina
Ireland
Florence
Eugenio Montale
Pushkin
Lensky
London
New Yorker
Les Murray
A Working Forest
Blood and Bone
Egyptian
pastoralism
Babi Yar
Rilke
Down the Lake With Half a Chook
Vernacular Republic
English
post-World War II
post-World War Two
post-World War 2
New Selected Poems
Animal Warmth
Up On All Fours
The Boys Who Stole the Funeral
Fredy Neptune
Dispossessed
Louis MacNeice
Autumn Sequel
Virgil
Chinese landscape
Montaigne
St Francis of Assisi
Menzel
Douanier Rousseau
agrarian conservatism
Prussia
American South
Argentina
Posh Spice
David Beckham
the Beatles
Carla Bruni
Mick Jagger
Luna Park
Plato's Republic
Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal
La Trobe University / Australian Book Review Annual Lecture
Issue Date: Sep-2003
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: James, Clive 2003. The Meaning of Recognition. 'Australian Book Review', No 254, September, 21-29.
Series/Report no.: No 254
Abstract: This essay reflects on the meaning of recognition as opposed to celeberity, as James reads and analyses selections from the poetry of Philip Hodgins (1959-95).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/732
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 254 - September, 2003

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