Wallace-Crabbe, Christopher (Keith)

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WALLACE-CRABBE, Christopher (Keith)

WALLACE-CRABBE, Christopher (Keith). Australian, b. 1934. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Essays. Career: University of Melbourne, Lockie Fellow, 1961-63, Sr. Lecturer, 1963-76, Reader, 1976-87, Professor, 1987-, now Emeritus. Publications: The Music of Division, 1959; In Light and Darkness, 1963; Eight Metropolitan Poems, 1963; The Rebel General, 1967; Where the Wind Came, 1971; Selected Poems, 1974; Melbourne or the Bush, 1974; Act in the Noon, 1974; The Emotions Are Not Skilled Workers, 1979; Toil and Spin: Two Directions in Modern Poetry, 1979; Splinters (novel), 1981; Three Absences in Australian Writing, 1983; The Amorous Cannibal and Other Poems, 1985; I'm Deadly Serious, 1988; Sangue e L'Acqua, 1989; Falling into Language, 1990; For Crying Out Loud, 1990; Rungs of Time, 1992; Selected Poems 1956-1994, 1995; Whirling, 1998; Author, Author!, 1998; By and Large, 2001. EDITOR: Six Voices, 1963; Australian Poetry 1971, 1971; The Australian Nationalists, 1971; The Golden Apples of the Sun, 1980. Address: 12 Burchett St, Brunswick, VIC 3056, Australia. Online address: [email protected]

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