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The Hidden voices and other verses / by A.H.E. Bennett
Bib ID 6416889
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Bennett, A. H. E. author
 
Printer John Gartner
Description [Melbourne] : Hawthorn Press, [1950?] 
25 pages : 24 cm 
Notes

Limited edition of 20 copies.

Cover title: Interlude.

Printed by John Gartner at the Hawthorn Press.

Hardie Collection copy signed by John Gartner.

National Library's Whelan copy is signed by the author, quarter bound in red leather and has a slip "For the Whelan Collection Bread & Cheese Club".

Subjects Australian
Other authors/contributors Gartner, John  |  Hawthorn Press
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Interlude

Interlude

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