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Roderic Quinn's poetry collection offers readers a glimpse into the beauty and complexity of Australian landscapes and society. His lyrical and evocative verses transport us to the rugged coasts, lush rainforests, and vast open plains of his homeland. Quinn's deep connection to nature is evident in his vivid descriptions and intimate observations of the natural world.

But his poetry is not limited to landscapes alone; Quinn also delves into themes of love, loss, nostalgia, and longing. His words resonate with raw emotion and a sense of yearning that is both universal and deeply personal. Each poem is a reflection of the poet's innermost thoughts and feelings, inviting readers to contemplate their own experiences and emotions.

Overall, Poems by Roderic Quinn is a beautiful and moving collection that showcases the talent and sensitivity of the poet. Quinn's ability to capture the essence of the Australian spirit and the human condition is truly awe-inspiring. This book is a must-read for anyone who appreciates poetry that is both heartfelt and thought-provoking.

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Roderic Quinn, the seventh child of Irish immigrants, was variously a teacher, public servant and newspaper editor before turning to the writing of poetry and short stories. He was particularly associated with the convivial Dawn and Dusk club which also included as members Victor J. Daley and Henry Lawson. - Summary by SonOfTheExiles

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