Banjo Paterson : collected verse / selected and introduced by Clement Semmler
- Bib ID:
- Paterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941, author
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- National edeposit: Onsite at National Library of Australia
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- National edeposit: Available onsite at national, state and territory libraries
- Australia : Penguin Group Australia, 2007
- 1 online resource (300 pages) : illustrations, facsimiles, photographs.
- 9781742283685 (epub : :)
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- 1742283683 (epub : :)
The poet A B 'Banjo' Paterson, best known for his rousing folk classics "The Man from Snowy River" and "Waltzing Matilda," is widely acknowledged as Australia's greatest and most popular balladist. His poems, written with great gusto and humour, celebrate all the romance and rough-and-tumble of old Australia. In this collection, leading Paterson scholar Clement Semmler presents more than 100 of Paterson's poems that reflect the remarkable richness and range of his writings. Generously illustrated with period drawings, this first Penguin edition of Paterson's verse pays tribute to one of Australia's favourite sons - 'the Banjo of the Bush.'.
- Imprint: e-penguin.
- First published as: The Collected Verse of Banjo Paterson by Penguin Books Australia Ltd, 1992.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other authors/contributors:
- Semmler, Clement, 1914-2000
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- Until 2070 [Creator Date of Death + 70 Years]
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