The Sounds of Sight : Jennifer Rankin ’ s Poetics

@inproceedings{Cassidy2007TheSO,
  title={The Sounds of Sight : Jennifer Rankin ’ s Poetics},
  author={Bonny Cassidy},
  year={2007}
}
Attention to Jennifer Rankin’s poetry was spare within her lifetime. Her papers in the Australian Defence Force Academy Library reveal that she was well connected to her literary peers, corresponding with Robert Gray, Galway Kinnell and Ted Hughes, among others. These connections show that, despite a lack of public and critical profile, fellow writers knew of Rankin’s work. Nevertheless, one of the most influential of these, John Tranter, excluded her poetry from The New Australian Poetry… CONTINUE READING

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