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Les Murray

Les Murray was born in 1938, and lives on the North Coast of New South Wales. He has been described as Australia’s greatest writer, in any genre.

(Please see 'Les A. Murray' also).

 



Les Murray's work featured in PN Review comprises 33 contributions of poetry, one article, and one interview, over a period of 30 years. Also available are four reviews of Les Murray's work and three interviews with Les Murray.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Reviewed by Michael Hulse in PN Review 80 (1991) on Dorothy Hewett and Les Murray
Subscribers only Reviewed by David Lovely in PN Review 89 (1993) on Les Murray's Prose
Subscribers only Reviewed by Gregory O'Brien in PN Review 167 (2006) on The Best Australian Poems 2004
Subscribers only Reviewed by Oliver Dennis in PN Review 172 (2006) on Les Murray's anthology Hell and After
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