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A poem advertising the film ‘The Viking’ on page 6 of the Darwin newspaper, the Northern Territory Times on July 24, 1931. The poem mentions historical Viking Age Danish kings Gorm and his son Harald Bluetooth, and other terms associated with the…

An undergraduate unit taught by Louise D’Arcens at the University of Wollongong in New South Wales. The unit begins with literature from the medieval period, including texts by Malory, Marie de France, the Gawain poet and Troubadours, Cervantes’…

A second and third year undergraduate unit taught at The University of Western Australia. The unit was created by Andrew Lynch and features novels, poetry and film from the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries that reinterpreted medieval…

Level 3 undergraduate unit ‘Romancing the Medieval’ coordinated by Stephanie Trigg at the University of Melbourne. The unit covers a variety of genres of medieval literature, as well as post-16th century works that re-create or revive medieval…

A poem featured in The Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen's Land Advertiser, which conforms to lyrical and bardic poetic traditions. It has medieval and classical undertones in both style and language.

This article from the Western Mail offers a positive review of Edwin Arlington Robinson’s long narrative poem ‘Tristram’, published in 1927. Following poems titled ‘Merlin’ in 1917 and ‘Lancelot’ in 1920, this poem is the third…

Henry Lawson (1867-1922) is one of Australia's most famous poets, and can be regarded as a symbol for the Australian Nationalism Movement.

Henry Lawson (1867-1922), one of Australia's most famous poets, and a symbol for the Australian Nationalism Movement, protests against what he sees as the forced allegiance to the monarchy and the bloodshed of war in the name of the monarch.