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Author: Rod Mengham
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Title: The Salt Companion to John Tranter (Salt Companions to Poetry)
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Publisher: Salt Publishing (October 22, 2004)
Pages: 320

The Salt Companion to John Tranter (Salt Companions to Poetry) by Rod Mengham

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Robinson, P. (2010) John Tranter and tradition. In: Mengham, R. (e. The Salt companion to John Tranter. Salt companions to poetry. Salt Publishing, UK. ISBN 9781876857769. Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. See Guidance on citing.

Tranter may now be Australia’s most important poet. - US Publishers Weekly. In 2010 British critic Rod Mengham compiled a collection of a dozen essays from critics in Britain, the US and Australia: The Salt Companion to John Tranter (Cambridge: Salt Publications, 2010.

In Rod Mengham (Ed., The Salt Companion to John Tranter, (pp. 102-115). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Salt Publishing. The German Princess revived: the case of Mary Carleton. Dangdai aodaliya shige xuan (anthology poetry), Shanghai, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Shanghai Wen Yi Chu Ban She. Lilley, K. (2007). 3 Poems - Drafty, Artemisia Countrified, Pet. (pp. 112 - 113).

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Murdering alphabets, disorienting romance: John Tranter and postmodern Australian poetics. The Salt Companion to John Tranter, 69-95, 2010. Originals of Revisable Originals sampling and composting in the poetry of peter minter, paul hardacre and kate lilley. Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities 14 (2), 67-75, 2009.

26 3. 10. Martin Johnston: Selected Poems. The new and uncollected poems in John Tranter’s Urban Myths make a significant addition to his oeuvre. Control and ease are evident in the writing, which displays personages, occasions and moods of the metropolitan modern world. Tranter’s latest poems refresh through the exercise of urbane skills: this is a poet suave and playful, but never aloof; linguistically various, assured in style, and never less than fully attentive. 3. The Salt Companion to John Tranter (Salt Companions to Poetry).

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This volume of essays covers all periods of the published output of John Tranter, one of the key figures in modern Australian poetry. Tranter is widely regarded by critics as the most important member of the so-called `generation of 68', whose chief impact on Australian literature was in terms of its focus on an international, metropolitan culture whose most appropriate models were to be found in American and, to a lesser extent, French writing. Tranter's cultural significance has been compounded in the last three decades by his activities as anthologist, particularly with The New Australian Poetry, and The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry (with Philip Mead). During the 1990s he founded the internet poetry magazine Jacket, undoubtedly the leader in its field. Tranter's work is now published to acclaim in the USA and the UK, as well as in Australia, and yet there is little extended criticism available in book form, and this is the first volume devoted exclusively to his poetry. The essays published here focus on key works in Tranter's career to date, emphasising the importance of his work as editor as well as poet, both in an Australian and in an international context.