Judith Wright Comments (11)

I am reading SOUTH OF MY DAYS, a bio on JW by Veronica Brady. I like the sincerity, warmth and humanity of her poems- she carried her messages across most impressively- without affectation or falsely elevated emotions- she was a poet of the people just as Wordsworth was- there's an echo of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson's I think. I shall be reading more poems of hers. I live in Melb- music and poetry are my passions
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Does anyone know when Moving South was published, or what collection it was publishded apart of?
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hunting snake is also there...
hunting snake is also a poem which is written by her...isn't it? ? ...
Why don't u have 'The Sanctuary' by Judith Wright? ? ? kinda dissapointing... It is a good poem, i had to read it as an english assignment for class... Poetry isn't really my thing but 'The Sanctuary' and 'The Surfer' by Judith Wright really caught my attention...