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The poems of Henry Kendall
Bib ID 2201772
Format BookBook
Author
Kendall, Henry, 1839-1882
 
Printer (Sydney : W.C. Penfold)
Description Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1920 
xxiv, 374 pages, [1] Leaf of plates : portrait ; 19 cm. 
Full contents
  • The Muse of Australia
  • Mountains
  • Kiama
  • Etheline
  • Aileen
  • Kooroora
  • Fainting by the Way
  • Song of the Cattle Hunters
  • Footfalls
  • God Help Our Men at Sea
 
Notes

"With biographical note by Bertram Stevens."

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