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Ern Malley's poems / [by James McAuley and Harold Stewart] ; with an introd. by Max Harris
Bib ID 824369
Format BookBook
Author
McAuley, James, 1917-1976
 
Description [Adelaide : Mary Martin Publications, 1970] 
56 p. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Reprint of 1960 Lansdowne ed.

25th anniversary limited ed. of 1000 copies.

Other authors/contributors Harris, Max, 1921-1995  |  Stewart, Harold, 1916-1995
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500 |a25th anniversary limited ed. of 1000 copies.
700 1 |aHarris, Max,|d1921-1995.
700 1 |aStewart, Harold,|d1916-1995.
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