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Poems, verses and silly nonsense / Ellen Halsey
Bib ID 598151
Format BookBook
Author
Halsey, Ellen
 
Description Subiaco, [W.A.] : Hellenic NFS, 1995 
[14] leaves ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0646239201
Notes

"The poems Killecrankie Bay, Blackbird and Annabel were first published in writers Block 2 by Author Members of the Hawkesbury Writers in 1993, and A Meeting of Mammals in River Writing by the Hawkesbury City Library in 1994"--T.p. verso.

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Other authors/contributors Hellenic NFS
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