Architecture, Poetry and Impressions of Bendigo Chinese Herbalist, James Lamsey

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Abstract

What have architecture and poetry got to do with property? This is a core question in the poetry collection ‘signs of impression’, which explores the operation of possession in a settler colonial context. It does so through the story of James Lamsey, a Chinese doctor, prolific proprietor and philanthropist who forged a space for himself in the regional Victorian city of Bendigo in the late 19th Century.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCordite Poetry Review
Edition2017
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2017

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