Disconcerted Memory

a review of L Dougan, White Clay

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Abstract

Lucy Dougan's recent collection of poetry, white clay, demonstrates a considerably wider range than her first collection, Memory Shell, while reaffirming how centrally preoccupied her poetry is with the potency of lost time, and also with finding the truth behind appearances, locating what is hidden or marginal and tracking down family ghosts.
Original languageEnglish
Pages54
Number of pages1
No.303
Specialist publicationAustralian Book Review
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2008

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