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Michael Dransfield

A Retrospective

by John Kinsella

  • 294 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by University of Queensland Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Poetry,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Fiction / General,
  • Literary,
  • Australian & Oceanian

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7774677M
    ISBN 10070223298X
    ISBN 109780702232985

    Michael Dransfield and the Hipster Apocalypse. The line from ‘Canon Alberic’s Scrapbook’ comes at the end of a passage describing an illustration in a medieval book, of a Satanic monstrosity so perversely shaped a sane and lively contemporary expert in morphology couldn’t sleep for nights after seeing it. Michael Scofield argues.   Born in Sydney in , Michael Dransfield was first published in the mid sixties in the underground press that sprang up during that time of great political and social unrest.

    One of the criticisms of the book has been the choice of poets included, or rather, excluded in the volume; notably, a nexus of contemporary poets described by Peter Minter as working in the mode of ‘counter-modern lyricism’, a number of post-war Aboriginal poets – and Michael Dransfield. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Dransfield, Michael, ; Format: Book; 70p. ; 22cm.

    Michael John Pender Dransfield (), poet, was born on 12 September at Camperdown, Sydney, second child of native-born parents John Francis Dransfield, clerk, and his wife Elspeth Gladys, née Pender. Michael was educated at Brighton-le-Sands Public and Sydney Grammar schools. Michael Dransfield Collected Poems Edited by Rodney Hall. University of Queensland Press Southerly Volume No 4. When Michael Dransfiled died on Good Friday, at the age of 24 he had already published three collections of poetry and established a reputation as one of the most successful and popular of the new wave of young Australian poets who had emerged in the late s.


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Michael John Pender Dransfield (), poet, was born on 12 September at Camperdown, Sydney, second child of native-born parents John Francis Dransfield, clerk, and his wife Elspeth Gladys, née Pender.

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Robert Adamson originally reviewed Michael Dransfield’s Lives: A Sixties Biography in The Australian Book Review in While this article is based on the originally review, it has been completely revised and rewritten so that very little remains of the original article.

Michael Dransfield book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Dransfield links the innovations of late twentieth-century Australian poetry with that revolutionary implosion of Ern is the first publication of Michael Dransfield selected poems, gathered from every book in his relatively considerable by: 1.

Genre/Form: Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dransfield, Michael, Michael Dransfield. Lucia, Qld., Australia: University of.

Michael Dransfield's biography and life l Dransfield was an Australian poet active in the s and early s who wrote close to poems. He has been described as "one of.

Get this from a library. Michael Dransfield's lives: a sixties biography. [Patricia Dobrez] -- "Michael Dransfield blazed like a doomed comet through Australian poetry skies in the years to A child of his age - one of the Generation of '68 - Dransfield experimented with drugs and.

A peer and close friend of Michael Dransfield, Robert Adamson, writes in his review of this book: A prodigy whose life was cut short – sex, drugs, rock’n’roll, fame, transgression, a great talent for both brilliant poetry and self promotion, set in the 60s.

Dransfield has been all. Michael Dransfield Collected Poems Edited by Rodney Hall. University of Queensland Press Southerly Volume No 4. When Michael Dransfiled died on Good Friday, at the age of 24 he had already published three collections of poetry and established a reputation as one of the most successful and popular of the new wave of young Australian poets who had emerged in the.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Michael Dransfield, The inspector of tides, Memoirs of a velvet urinal, Collected poems, Voyage into solitude, Drug poems, The Written works: Michael Dransfield: Collected Poems.

Australian Poetry Library. Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. Dransfield Michael Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard but always near, So loved. Biographical Note. Michael Dransfield was born in Camperdown, Sydney in Septemberand educated at Sydney Grammar School.

After some time studying at Sydney University and working as a journalist and at the Sydney Taxation Office, he took up writing poetry full-time. Collected Poems. Michael Dransfield. University of Queensland Press. Reviewed by Michael Byrne Australian poet Michael Dransfield was born in and died in (aged twenty-four).

His Collected Poems was published by University of Queensland Press in It was the first time his seven collections – Streets of the Long Voyage (), Mazurka ().

Dransfield is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Barry Dransfield (b. ), English folk musician and sibling of Robin Dransfield; Don Dransfield, Canadian politician; John Dransfield (b.

), botanist specialising in palms and spouse of botanist Soejatmi Dransfield; Joseph Dransfield (–), New Zealand politician; Michael Dransfield (–), Australian poet.

The Green Bell illustrates a life of complete and careless love, and utter grief: author Paula Keogh and poet Michael Dransfield in the early s. Affirm Press Book review: Love, loss and Author: Kevin John Brophy. The Guardian delves into the love story between Paula Keogh and Australian poet Michael Dransfield after they met in a psychiatric hospital in the s.

Keogh was at work on a dissertation about Dransfield's work, but once her supervisor realized that Keogh and Dransfield were well acquainted the scholar switched gears and began to write a memoir.Michael Dransfield corresponded and exchanged poems with Peter Kocan fromwhilst Kocan was a patient at the Morisset Mental Hospital.

The letters comprise drafts of poems by Dransfield; quotes of poems by other poets; and recommendations for books Kocan should read.

Paula Keogh says of Michael Dransfield: ‘I could see him as one of Tolstoy’s revolutionaries, or a knight’ But there’s another kind of madness at .