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Les Murray reads from his new volume of poems, Taller When Prone.
28 Apr 2010
08 Apr 2010
This is one of the first readings of Murray's Taller When Prone, the collection that Clive James praised in The Monthly for its "world-girdling analogies" and "the speed of expansion [that] can spread sonic precision to a whole topic". Could any other living poet claim the title of national treasure?
01 May at 03:47PM
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