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She ate a bowl of poetry : a selection of poems / by Jellie N.Wyckelsma, Jean Gillespie and Kathie Olden
Bib ID 1683015
Format BookBook
Author
Wyckelsma, Jellie N., 1935-
 
Description Melbourne : [J.N. Wyckelsma, J. Gillespie and K. Olden], 1997 
44 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646341804
Subjects Australian literature -- 20th century.
Other authors/contributors Gillespie, Jean, 1936-  |  Olden, Kathie
Available From J.N. Wyckelsma, c/- 27 Scarlet Drive, Doveton VIC 3177 
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245 1 0 |aShe ate a bowl of poetry :|ba selection of poems /|cby Jellie N.Wyckelsma, Jean Gillespie and Kathie Olden.
260 |aMelbourne :|b[J.N. Wyckelsma, J. Gillespie and K. Olden],|c1997.
300 |a44 p. ;|c21 cm.
650 0 |aAustralian literature|y20th century.
700 1 |aGillespie, Jean,|d1936-
700 1 |aOlden, Kathie.
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