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The secret key and other verses / by George Essex Evans
Bib ID 230769
Format BookBook
Author
Evans, George Essex, 1863-1909
 
Description Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1906 
xiv, 204, 31 pages, [1] plate : portrait ; 19 cm. 
Collection RNB Australian poems series A-G 
Full contents
  • The Secret Key
  • An Australian Symphony
  • The Women of the West
  • Ode for Commonwealth Day
  • The Nation Builders
  • On the Plains
  • A Federal Song
  • A Nocturne
  • The Dream Star
  • The Song of Life!
 

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