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Bill Bowyang reciters / by Ron Edwards
Bib ID 2745586
Format BookBook
Author
Edwards, Ron, 1930-2008
 
Description Holloway Beach, Q. : Rams Skull Press, 1974 
27 leaves ; 33cm. 
ISBN 0909901163
Series

Australian folklore occasional paper ; no. 4.

Notes

Limited edition of 100 copies.

Processed.

Subjects Bowyang, Bill, 1884-1947 -- Bibliography.  |  Narrative poetry in English: Recitations. Australian writers. Bowyang, Bill, 1884-1947. Bibliographies

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