In Speaking for Those who Have no Means of Speaking, Bruce Dawe Has Succeeded in Writing Poetry that Has Universal Appeal
The universal appeal of Bruce Dawe's poems lie in the poet's passion in speaking for those who have no means of speaking. In "The Wholly Innocent" Dawe challenges his readers through a wilful determination to terminate the pregnancy of a healthy foetus. And in Homecoming Dawe questions the validity of war as he speaks of the untimely death of several adolescent boys who are brought home as dead soldiers. …
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- In Speaking for Those who Have no Means of Speaking, Bruce Dawe Has Succeeded in Writing Poetry that Has Universal Appeal
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