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Excursion into History No. 12
1 Excursion into History No. 12
Australia Joseph Bennett & Son for the Blue Mountains Historical Society 1968 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
54 pages including bw illustrations and two fold-out maps at rear. The purpose of this Historical Book is to assist the reader to enjoy this scenic wonderland of ruggedness and beauty. By following the Historic Markers the reader will appreciate how the villages within the City of the Blue Mountains have grown from the dense vegetation of nature to the beautiful townships they are today. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Natural Health Made Easy, Allardice, Pamela
2 Allardice, Pamela Natural Health Made Easy
Australia Pan Macmillan 1997 0732909171 / 9780732909178 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 8vo 
238 indexed pages. Stress relief, Age-reversing exercises, Weight loss, Jet lag cures, Skin care and Designing your own immune-building program. In this book, Pamela Allardice gives a wealth of natural remedies and preparations to help us cope with the pressures of our modern world. Whether you’re looking for relaxation techniques, cures for common health problems, or inexpensive alternatives to commercial cosmetics you find it here. Also included is an A-Z of Home Remedies: Acne, Arthritis, Allergies, Blisters, Bronchitis, Cold Sores, Cystitis, Dandruff, Eczema, Headaches, Insomnia, Morning Sickness, Nappy Rash, Period Pain, Sinusitis, Teething, Wasp Stings, Warts nd much, much more. Pamela Allardice is a well-known journalist and editor who has worked in the natural health industry for more than 15 years. She is the natural therapies presenter on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel and is a regular guest on Channel 9’s ‘The Midday Show’ where, after each appearance, the switchboard lights up with requests for ‘Fact Sheets’ for her recipes, remedies, hints and tips. Pamela is also the editor of Nature and Health magazine, writes a column for the Australian Women,s Weekly called ‘Naturally Good’ and has published many best-selling books. 
Price: 12.50 AUD
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The Apostolic Revelation: The Reformation of the Church, Alley, John Kingsley
3 Alley, John Kingsley The Apostolic Revelation: The Reformation of the Church
Australia Peace Publishing 2002 0646418491 / 9780646418490 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 8vo 
267 pages. God is progressively releasing into the earth powerful apostolic and prophetic anointings, and is restoring the apostolic nature of the church itself! Every Christian needs to prayerfully consider the message of this book, and hear what the Spirit is saying to the church. The change is ongoing, and God is acting in the history of the church and nations. The Apostolic Revelation unveils a series of dynamic concepts that are crucial to the life of the church and the restoration of its apostolic power. It establishes benchmarks for the apostolic ministry, and gives definition to the apostolic structure of the church. Here is a revelation of apostolic methods, and God’s heart for the church and its leadership. In this study, today’s apostolic message is harmonised with and grounded in the apostolic revelation of Christ given to Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles. This work is the result of 13 years of inquiry, searching the mind of the Spirit regarding the place of apostles today, and seeking to understand what it means for the church to be the mature apostolic church. Apostolic grace is for every believer. This book seeks to equip you to receive a greater grace, and prepare you for the astounding days ahead. 
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Flash & Brash With Fries on the Side: Doing California, Ann Rickard
4 Ann Rickard Flash & Brash With Fries on the Side: Doing California
Australia New Holland 2006 1741103681 / 9781741103687 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
255 pages. Follow the quintessential Aussie couple as they check out the biggest trees, the biggest sandwiches, the biggest houses and more. California as you've never seen it before. Award winning travel author Ann Rickard decided to take a road trip around California (with a small detour to Nevada and Las Vegas). With her husband Geoffrey they hire a car and explore the breadth and depth of this rich and fascinating American state: there's the gold country and cowboy towns, the glamour of Hollywood and the breathtaking nature of Yosemite, junk food and gourmet cuisine, the 800 miles (not kilometres) of beautiful coastline and, to the authors great relief and delight, a wine region. Ann declares at the outset that she likes America and Americans, and this is reflected in the narrative as she reveals the weird and wacky side of the Californian Dream with light-hearted insights and comical asides. Geoffrey, he of the ever-ready corkscrew, keeps a steady hand on the wheel as this road trip unravels. Follow the quintessential Aussie couple as they check out the biggest trees, the biggest sandwiches, the biggest houses and the biggest backsides on the planet. Yes, this is California, but not as you've seen it before. 
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The Karma of Culture, Arasanayagam, Jean
5 Arasanayagam, Jean The Karma of Culture
Canada Trafford Pub 2005 1412050790 / 9781412050791 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
xxi + 150 pages. This book provides a thoughtful approach to some important and highly topical questions on what constitutes Australia's nationhood. It appeals to academics, public servants, students, and many members of the general public. Culture is ubiquitous. Culture is all-pervasive. Many (mainly Asian) immigrants take into white host nations strongly divergent, and historically durable, cultural stances and practices. In the migrant-receiving countries of the Western world, the core issue of a conflict between a sustained attempt by such immigrants to retain their cultures and the osmotic force of equal opportunity offering an earlier and smoother integration into the values and mores of the host people bobs up and down in the seas of social policy. Cultural diversity can therefore be de-stabilising to a hitherto cohesive society. The national identity which had evolved through the merging of culturally compatible tribes and peoples can now be seen to be threatened. Whilst this book is about Australia, the issues raised have relevance for all immigrant-receiving nations. One's culture provides the template for dealing with life. Its base is laid in childhood, through the values imposed by family and community. The cultural practices of one's tribe reinforce these values and associated perceptions. The impacts of nurture (experience) upon nature (inheritance), as one passes through life, are filtered through this network of cultural values. A conditioned belief among some in the West that a human zygote equates to a human being, contrasting with an older Asian belief that the human soul enters a baby's body at or after birth, is reflective of divergent cultural values. The need for immigrants to reconcile their inherited cultural values and associated practices with the predominant values and practices of their adopted nation-state can create stresses on both cultures. The issues which arise from this cross-cultural impact are those of: equal opportunity; whether a unified people can arise from a wide tribal diversity; individualism vs the collective (the family), ie whether the individual or the family unit has priority in terms of rights and responsibilities; the definition of family, and its role in society; cultural hegemony and political sovereignty in a globalising nation-state; the place of the Creator in modern life; and whether Australia's 'fair-go' social and policy ethos needs an infusion of Asian values. 
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Telling the Truth About Aboriginal History, Attwood, Bain
6 Attwood, Bain Telling the Truth About Aboriginal History
Australia Allen & Unwin 2005 1741145775 / 9781741145779 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
264 indexed pages. Genuinely good Australian history is under serious attack. This book is a brilliant battlefield analysis. Once upon a time historical controversies were debated among a small circle of academic historians. Today they are the subject of intense 'history wars' fought out in parliament, court rooms, museums, newspapers, cafes and blog sites. Bain Attwood takes us to the heart of the conflict about the Aboriginal past in Australia. He tracks the growing popularity of history and weighs the consequences for the nature of historical knowledge and the authority of the historian. He asks why and how Aboriginal history has become central to Australian politics, culture and identity. He examines the work of historical 'revisionists' and tests their promise of historical truth. Finally, Attwood ponders how the traumatic history of frontier conflict might better be remembered - and mourned - and why telling the truth about history matters for the nation and for all of us. 
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Open 24 Hrs: A Book of Poems by Robert Balas & Paintings by 40 Local Artists About Kings Cross / Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia, Balas, Robert
7 Balas, Robert Open 24 Hrs: A Book of Poems by Robert Balas & Paintings by 40 Local Artists About Kings Cross / Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia
Australia Tap Art Gallery 2005 0646453467 / 9780646453460 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
84 pages including colour illustrations. An expression of individual pursuit of poetry and art, but the ideal of co-operation and collaboration has been inherent in the compilation, pre-production and publication through to the launch of this book. From seventy poems, monologues and dialogues, l have selected forty for this collection in order to provide a balance that could evoke a wry smile without attitude, an implicit message that could be interpreted to induce a social awareness with or without conscience, a description of life in a moment or an impression formed from a glance that identifies with the rather unique character of life to be found in these localities. Poetry and art pertain to many dimensions of thought but to find the connection in meanings between the two genres offers yet another reality - a shared reality to which end the projection of this book has been given a priority of focus. In the interest of future collaboration between poets and visual artists, the cross-referential nature of this book seeks either a commonality or a counterpoint with regard to meanings implicit in the written word and those represented in the aesthetic and contextual value of the art. lt invites the observer or reader to find connections between the metaphors and analogies of the poems and the images and symbols of the artwork. 
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Poems by Young Australians 2004: the best entries from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize, Bale, Josephine et al
8 Bale, Josephine et al Poems by Young Australians 2004: the best entries from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize
Australia Random House 2004 0759320365 / 9780759320369 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
xvi + 95 indexed pagespages including illustrations s and foreword by Bradley Trevor Greive. Here is a collection to share and enjoy uathe very best poems by young people, for young people. This anthology of winning and commended poems from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize is both a delight and a revelation, showcasing the remarkable talent of poets from 8 to 19 years of age. The brainchild of bestselling author Bradley Trevor Greive, the Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize was launched in 2003 - a chance for young people to get creative, get writing and get published. The competition brings together two themes that have been linked throughout history - poetry and nature. Both are under threat, and both are passions of author Bradley Trevor Greive. 'Nature has always been one of the greatest inspirations for poetry. In fact, it is virtually impossible to appreciate the beauty and wonder of nature without a love of poetry.' Bradley Trevor Greive. For primary students. 
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The Saddest Pleasure, Baranay, Inez
9 Baranay, Inez The Saddest Pleasure
Australia Collins 1989 073222537X / 9780732225377 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
150 pages. Once she had thought there was nothing to he afraid of. Now, all the liherations had brought terrihle things with thein and there wasn’t goodness at the heart after all. There was evil, and there was the shadow. There was the other side ofeverything, it was an oriental world. For some, travel is the saddest pleasure, whether it is Australians travelling in Europe, Bali or India, or Europeans in Australia. In these stories, some of which are Written as the notes from a travel diary, Inez Baranay ironically observes the ephemeral nature of her generation's search for peace of mind and the spirit of perfection. What did I know? I had this vision ofgraceful, singing women in sarees picking tea on hright terraced fields. I never thought I would come to India. I thought I would never return to Australia. I thought I might stay in Europe forever. I’in not prepared for this. I like to he prepared for anywhere new, and now I find out you ’re ineant to prepare especially for India. These are stories of association and alienation, of relationships made and lost, by the author of Between Careers. 
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Wine Talk, Barry, Brian
10 Barry, Brian Wine Talk
Australia Action Press 1979 0908554001 / 9780908554003 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
176 pages including b/w illustrations. It was largely because of such interest, and interest in learning more, that a committee of the ANU Staff Centre was formed to organise and run a wine symposium which would bring together a dozen of the leading winemakers from all over the country, to talk about this art. The papers in this book represent the proceedings of that symposium. As far as the committee is aware this is the first time that a symposium of this nature has been held in Australia, but to judge from the response to the idea, it is long overdue. The committee is particularly pleased that such a blending of science, art and community interest should take place within, and under the auspices of, the Australian National University. Scuffs/scratches in the cover. 
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Wilderness, the future: Papers from the Fourth National Wilderness Conference, 1993, Barton, William (editor
11 Barton, William (editor Wilderness, the future: Papers from the Fourth National Wilderness Conference, 1993
Australia Envirobook 1994 0858811251 / 9780858811256 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
292 indexed pages. Includes bibliographical references. Wildemess conservation has not lost its relevance in the 1990s. Indeed, along with the gains of the last decade have come renewed pressures from governments keen to water down hard-won legislation for the benefit of those who see wilderness as an exploitable resource. And the Mabo judgement has introduced a new dimen-ion to land tenure which sees conservationists having to come to temis with the traditional rights of indigenous people. This book has evolved from papers delivered in late 1993 at the Fourth National Wildemess Conference, organised by the Colong Foundation For Wildemess. Divided into four parts: Identifying and Reserving Wildemess; Guarding the Future of Wilderness; The Enduring Values of Wilderness and Wilderness Management, over 30 contributors from all around Australia present a wide range of wilderness issues, from threats and protection to legislation, tourism, biodiversity and management plans. Writers have also joined the contemporary debates about fire strategies and mechanised access. 
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Calming the Waters: Initiatives for Asia Pacific Maritime Cooperation, Bateman, Sam; Stephen Bates (editors)
12 Bateman, Sam; Stephen Bates (editors) Calming the Waters: Initiatives for Asia Pacific Maritime Cooperation
Australia Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University 1996 073152425X / 9780731524259 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
207 pages. This monograph includes the discussion papers presented at the First Meeting of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Paci?c (CSCAP) Maritime Cooperation Working Group held in Kuala Lumpur 2-5 June 1995. The establishment of a Working Group on Maritime Cooperation by CSCAP, as part of its initial work programme, is a re?ection of the importance of the maritime environment in the security deliberations of Asia Pacific countries. The Asia Paci?c region is distinctively maritime in nature. The sea, and issues to do with the sea, are an important part of international relations in the region, both between regional countries themselves, and between these countries and the rest of the world. The importance of maritime co-operation in the Asia Paci?c region Hows from the nature and complexity of the regional geographical environment, and the propensity for illegal activities and disputes to occur at sea. 
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Athletes, triathletes & healthy Bodies, Batten, Noel
13 Batten, Noel Athletes, triathletes & healthy Bodies
Australia Vitality Pub 1996 0958687102 / 9780958687102 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
74 pages including b/w illustrations. Whilst this book reveals some of the secrets of the super athlete, in its entirety it will assist many others to realize their individual goals of fitness health happiness and longevity. My understanding of the advanced procedures of health and ?tness began at the age of 13 when I suffered from an illness that put me into a coma for several days. Instead of studying for school grades as a teenager, I found myself studying for survival, using books written by exceptional athletes, doctors who accepted the principals of both eastern and western medicine and that unbelievable minority of people who have healed themselves of disease such as cancer. The anguish that my personal crisis caused, changed my whole outlook on life, and exposed principles of the connection between mind and body that allowed me to understand some of our mysteries of life. My learning process not only led me to success over illness, but also exposed secrets that led to super ?tness and strength, enabling me to enjoy national success as an athlete (the author). Contents: My Personal Trauma; My First Discovery (Oxygen); My Second Discovery (Emotions); My Third Discovery (Hormones); Emotions, Breathing and Visualisation; The Importance of Oxygen Reserves; The Hormone that Destroys Our Breathing; The Three Lung Actions; The Effects of gisualisation; Mind Requests; Visualisation to Assist Triathletes; Goal Setting and the Hormonal Effect; Endorphins and Hypnosis; The Hormone that slows us down and encourages us to put on weight; The Gradual increase of hormonal response; The Importance of Sensitivity; The Wrist Pulse Variation Test; Our Natural Make-up; The Unrealised Healing Potential of Blood Flow Exercising; The Nature Within Us; Understanding Digestion and Energy; The Importance of Natural Glucose and Insulin; Hormones and Energy; Alternative Exercising to Assist the Triathlete; The Best Method of Breathing During Weight Training; The Lung Efficiency Exercise. 
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Myth and Today's Consciousness, Begg, Ean
14 Begg, Ean Myth and Today's Consciousness
U. K. Coventure 1986 0904575306 / 9780904575309 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
112 pages. The image, or persona, to which it is expected one should conform in the new age, whether we call it Aquarian, post- Christian, nuclear, or space, is already revealing itself. It is both more individual and more generalized than its predecessor. The new tide runs strongly against the accidental differences that divide us, like class, nationality and religion, flowing rather with the essential qualities which unite us. Much light has been shed on the nature of these qualities by the twentieth century phenomenon of depth psychology. As a result, we are becoming more sceptical of the prophet and the hero and the guru who claims special knowledge or virtue - or at least we ought to be - and more aware of the shadow that contradicts and counteracts the aspirations of the idealist, more conscious and tolerant of the paradoxical multiplicity of human nature....The gods and their myths are mighty forces which grip the psyche; they are never more dangerous than when they are ignored, repressed or slighted. So this book is very much concerned with religion, Christianity, and the predecessors which it supplanted, and the present state of our relationship with the gods. This is a presumptuous aim which will rely heavily for its fulfillment on a subjective, intuitive assessment of the signs of the times. Particular emphasis will be placed on the need to become more conscious of the deities with whom we appear to be on bad terms. The book is apologetically polytheistic in the same way that the circle of the horoscope contains the signs and the planets and the Tarot deck its multitude of archetypal images. (excerpts from book's preface) 
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Meditation on Psalms, Benhoeffer, Dietrich
15 Benhoeffer, Dietrich Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Meditation on Psalms
U.S.A. Zondervan 2005 031026703X / 9780310267034 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
157pp. "The only way to understand the "Psalms" is on your knees, the whole congregation praying the words of the Psalms with all its strength." -Dietrich Bonhoeffer. At the time of his execution by the Nazis in 1945, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was not quite forty years old. Yet already, his influence as a theologian was felt not only in Germany, but throughout the world. His interactions with the "Psalms" reveal a passionate heart and brilliant mind grappling with the Bible's eternal truths and their application to human nature and temporal realities. "Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Meditations on Psalms" is vintage Bonhoeffer: eloquent, incisive, encouraging, challenging, inviting us to find in the "Psalms" both a path toward repose in God and a call to Christlike living and practical action as followers of the Lord Jesus. Also available are "Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Prison Poems", and "Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Christmas Sermons". Table of Contents: Prologue 13 Sermon to the Preachers' Seminar, Psalm 127 23 Sermon to the German-Speaking Congregation, Psalm 62 33 Harvest Festival Sermon, Psalm 63 43 Morning Address during an Ecumenical Conference, Psalm 85 53 Sermon on God's Righteous Anger, Psalm 58 67 Meditations from the Losungen, Psalms 41; 104; 25; 20; 71 75 Kristallnacht (Crystal Night), Psalm 74 81 With Eyes Wide Open--Meditations, Psalm 119 99 Selections from Ethics, Psalms 9; 107; 148 105 Letter to the Brethren at Finkenwalde, Psalm 100 111 The Prisoner, Psalm 47 117 Meditation from the Losungen for May 29, 1944, Psalm 94 123 Meditations from the Losungen for June 7 and 8, 1944, Psalms 54; 34 133 The Plot That Failed: Letters to Eberhard and Renate Bethge Various, Psalms 139 The, Psalms Echoed in Bonhoeffer's Poetry, Psalms 3; 47; 70 149 The End--and a Beginning: More Poetry , Psalm 22 157 Sources There is a blacked out inscription in front fly. 
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The Talk Curriculum, Booth, David; Thornley-Hall, Carol
16 Booth, David; Thornley-Hall, Carol The Talk Curriculum
Australia Australian Reading Association 1991 0949512419 / 9780949512413 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
160 pages including bibliography. Here teachers explore the nature at classroom talk as they examine ways in which speaking and listening can maximize learning for every student. Eight leading educators including Yetta Goodman, Gordon Wells and Judith Newman share their experiences, research, and commitment to talk as a medium for leaming. Each author's essay provides an overview of a dynamic part of the talk curriculum. From practical suggestions on observing talk, story talk and drama talk, the essays lead to thoughtful examination of assessing and researching talk. These significant insights into classroom talk will help teachers develop students who use talk to think, communiocate, reflect and bebelong. 
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Bush Families of Tidbinbilla, Braxton, Dorothy
17 Braxton, Dorothy Bush Families of Tidbinbilla
Australia Australian Government Publishing Service 1974 0642005710 / 9780642005717 1st Edition Stapled Cover Very Good 8vo Frank Knight 
56 pages including b/w and colour illustrations. About wildlife, Sanctuary Wetlands and bushwalking The Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is a 54.5 square kilometres nature reserve, on the fringe of Namadgi National Park, in the Australian Capital Territory. Tidbinbilla offers outstanding wildlife viewing, the Sanctuary wetlands, bushwalking, great BBQ spots and fun for kids on the Discovery Playground. There is a small blacked out inscription in the first page. 
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Physics, Brooks, Michael
18 Brooks, Michael Physics
U. K. Quercus Pub 2010 1849161461 / 9781849161466 1st Edition Hard Cover Very Good 12mo 
208 indexed pages where renowned experts address the 20 most fundamental and frequently asked questions of a major branch of science or philosophy - quantum physics, relativity and our attempts to grasp the true nature of reality. 
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Breaking the American alliance: An independent national security policy for Australia (Canberra papers on strategy and defence), Brown, Gary
19 Brown, Gary Breaking the American alliance: An independent national security policy for Australia (Canberra papers on strategy and defence)
Australia Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University 1989 0731505476 / 9780731505470 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
171 pages. This monograph raises issues not usually discussed in the debate about the Australian-American alliance: the nature of political support of the alliance; the implications of the alliance for national security policy; the effects of the alliance on the Australian Defence Force (ADF); and its effects on national freedom of action. The author examines the costs and benefits of the alliance and argues that its ending is both desirabie and inevitable, as Australian national security policy evolves through self-reliance towards independence. 
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Contemporary literary theory and the reading of poetry, Buchbinder, David
20 Buchbinder, David Contemporary literary theory and the reading of poetry
Australia Macmillan 1991 0732905087 / 9780732905088 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
x + 148 indexed pages. The last two decades have seen an unprecedented flourishing in the field of theory, whether literary, social or cultural. Many of these theories present a significant obstacle to the student of literature, who may be daunted on the one hand by their sheer richness and complexity, and on the other by their typical density of expression and style. Moreover, many current theories focus on narrative genres, to the virtual exclusion of poetry, once central to the writing of theory and its application. Contemporary Literary Theory and the Reading of Poetry addresses these issues, firstly by exploring the nature and use of theory in the reading of literary texts, explaining that no reading of a work of literature can be innocent, that all readings are framed, implicitly or explicitly, by a theory of some kind. Second, the book outlines and explores six important and current theories or types of theory: "Anglo-American New Criticism, structuralism, deconstruction, Russian Formalism, historicism (including, among others, Marxist, Bakhtinian and Foucauldian theory), and gender theory. Contemporary Literary Theory and the Reading of Poetry situates these historically and conceptually in relation to one another. Third, it shows how each theory or type of theory works by reading sample poems according to the approach of each theory. This book thus supplies the need of many a student of literature for material that both explicates conte_mporary theory and illustrates it, with specific reference, in this instance to poetry. Lucid and accessible in style, Contemporary Literary Theory and the Reading of Poetry is an invaluable text for the student interested in learning about current literary theory and how it can be usefully applied. David Buchbinder is a senior lecturer in the School of Communication and Cultural Studies at Curtin University of Technology in Western Australia. Though he has written widely on literature, film and television, and culture, he is perhaps best known for his work on men, masculinities and male sexualities, in which field he has, in addition to many journal articles and book chapters, published three books: Masculinities and Identities (1994), Performance Anxieties: Re-producing Masculinity (1998) and Studying Men and Masculinities (2012). 
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