The country of unspoken feeling: an interview with Jean Kent

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Lee, Christopher. 2009. "The country of unspoken feeling: an interview with Jean Kent." Antipodes: a global journal of Australian/New Zealand literature. 23 (1), pp. 47-51.
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The country of unspoken feeling: an interview with Jean Kent

ERA Journal ID11521
Article CategoryArticle
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AuthorLee, Christopher
Journal TitleAntipodes: a global journal of Australian/New Zealand literature
Journal Citation23 (1), pp. 47-51
Number of Pages5
Year2009
Place of PublicationBrooklyn, N.Y., United States
ISSN0893-5580
2331-9089
Web Address (URL)http://www.australianliterature.org/Antipodes_Recent_Issues.htm
Abstract

This interview with the Australian poet Jean Kent explores the ways in which the writing process is bound up with her education at the University of Queensland, her work as a psychologist and in particular her memories of growing up on the Darling Downs. It is particularly interested in connections between memories and the creative process.

KeywordsAustralian literature, poetry, memory, creativity, regionalism, psychology, education
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020369999. Other creative arts and writing not elsewhere classified
470502. Australian literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature)
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