y Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes selected work   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 1870 1870
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,: Clarson, Massina & Co. , 1870 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Dedicationi"They are rhymes rudely strung with intent less", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1897 single work poetry (p. 7-12)
The Sick Stockrideri"Hold hard, Ned! lift me down once more, and lay me in the shade,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1869 single work poetry (p. 13-17)
The Swimmeri"With short, sharp, violent lights made vivid,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1881 single work poetry (p. 18-22)
From the Wrecki""Turn out boys" - "What's up with our super. to-night?", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 23-28)
No Namei"'Tis a nameless stone that stands at your head--", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 29-31)
Wolf and Houndi"You'll take my tale with a little salt;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 32-36)
De Tei"A burning glass of burnish'd brass,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 37-40)
How We Beat the Favourite : A Lay of the Loamshire Hunt Cupi"'Aye, squire,' said Stevens, 'they back him at evens;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 41-48)
From The Road to Avernus, Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870 single work drama (p. 49-61)
Doubtful Dreamsi"Aye, snows are rife in December,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 62-68)
Rhyme of Joyous Gardei"Through the lattice rushes the south wind, dense", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 69-80)
Note: Under the title "The Rhyme of Joyous Guard"
Thora's Songi"We severed in Autumn early,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1867 single work poetry Frustra (p. 81-82)
The Three Friends (from the French)i"The sword slew one in deadly strife;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 83-87)
A Song of Autumni"Where shall we go for our garlands glad", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 88)
The Romance of Britomarte : As Related by Sergeant Leigh on the Night He Got His Captaincy at the Restorationi"I'll tell you a story : but pass the "jack,"", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 89-101)
Laudamusi"The Lord shall slay or the Lord shall save!", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 102-103)
* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,: Lothian , 1914 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Dedicationi"They are rhymes rudely strung with intent less", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1897 single work poetry (p. 7-12)
The Sick Stockrideri"Hold hard, Ned! lift me down once more, and lay me in the shade,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1869 single work poetry The Sick Stock-Rider (p. 12-18)
The Swimmeri"With short, sharp, violent lights made vivid,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1881 single work poetry (p. 19-24)
From the Wrecki""Turn out boys" - "What's up with our super. to-night?", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 24-34)
No Namei"'Tis a nameless stone that stands at your head--", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 34-37)
Wolf and Houndi"You'll take my tale with a little salt;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 38-42)
De Tei"A burning glass of burnish'd brass,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 43-47)
How We Beat the Favourite : A Lay of the Loamshire Hunt Cupi"'Aye, squire,' said Stevens, 'they back him at evens;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 48-55)
Doubtful Dreamsi"Aye, snows are rife in December,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 71-80)
Rhyme of Joyous Gardei"Through the lattice rushes the south wind, dense", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 81-94)
Thora's Songi"We severed in Autumn early,", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1867 single work poetry Frustra (p. 95-96)
The Three Friends (from the French)i"The sword slew one in deadly strife;", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 97-102)
A Song of Autumni"Where shall we go for our garlands glad", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 102-103)
The Romance of Britomarte : As Related by Sergeant Leigh on the Night He Got His Captaincy at the Restorationi"I'll tell you a story : but pass the "jack,"", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 103-119)
Laudamusi"The Lord shall slay or the Lord shall save!", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 119-121)
Dawni"On skies still and starlight", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 122-126)
A Basket of Flowers, Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 sequence poetry (p. 122-126)
Duski"Lost rose! end my story!", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1914 single work poetry (p. 126)
A Fragmenti"They say that poison-sprinkled flowers", Adam Lindsay Gordon , 1870-1919 single work poetry (p. 127)

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Works about this Work

Legendary Australians The Legend and the Legacy Tom Sigley , 2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Writing Across the Continent 2008;
Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833-1870) Isidoro Castellanos Vega , 2006 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hontanar , December no. 93 2006; (p. 4-5)
y That Shining Band : A Study of Australian Colonial Verse Tradition Michael Ackland , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1994 Z463297 1994 single work criticism Rejecting the apparently common perception that Australia's national identity was first expressed in verse by the balladists of the 1890s, Ackland explores the thematic developments of early colonial poets, both men and women, whose place in Australia's literary history he believes to have been largely undervalued.
A Martial Code : Meditation and Action in the Verse of Adam Lindsay Gordon Michael Ackland , 1993 single work criticism biography autobiography
— Appears in: Westerly , Winter vol. 38 no. 2 1993; (p. 53-65)
Ackland finds "intellectual resonances" in Gordon's poetry that produce an "unsuspected degree of conceptual unity". Ackland argues that "Gordon's poetry reveals not a disjunction between darkly meditative and healthy action poetry, but an ongoing and unavailing endeavour to find new grounds for individual affirmation".
Tragic End for an Early Bush Poet Robert Willson , 1990 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 3 November 1990; (p. B6)
Poetry Vivian Smith , 1981 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Oxford History of Australian Literature 1981; (p. 271-426)
Gordon, Kendall and Farrell : Some Literary Curiosities George Mackaness , 1950 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 11 no. 1 1950; (p. 48-52)
Adam Lindsay Gordon : A Memoir Alexander Sutherland , 1883 single work biography
— Appears in: Melbourne Review , October vol. 8 no. 32 1883; (p. 424-427)
A Lost Poet 1870 single work review
— Appears in: The Leader , 2 July 1870; (p. 24)

— Review of Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes Adam Lindsay Gordon 1870 selected work poetry
Untitled Henry Kendall , 1870 single work review
— Appears in: The Australasian , 25 June vol. 8 no. 221 1870; (p. 808) Henry Kendall : The Muse of Australia 1992; (p. 355-359)

— Review of Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes Adam Lindsay Gordon 1870 selected work poetry
A Lost Poet 1870 single work review
— Appears in: The Leader , 2 July 1870; (p. 24)

— Review of Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes Adam Lindsay Gordon 1870 selected work poetry
Untitled Henry Kendall , 1870 single work review
— Appears in: The Australasian , 25 June vol. 8 no. 221 1870; (p. 808) Henry Kendall : The Muse of Australia 1992; (p. 355-359)

— Review of Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes Adam Lindsay Gordon 1870 selected work poetry
Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833-1870) Isidoro Castellanos Vega , 2006 single work criticism
— Appears in: Hontanar , December no. 93 2006; (p. 4-5)
Legendary Australians The Legend and the Legacy Tom Sigley , 2008 single work criticism
— Appears in: Writing Across the Continent 2008;
Poetry Vivian Smith , 1981 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Oxford History of Australian Literature 1981; (p. 271-426)
A Martial Code : Meditation and Action in the Verse of Adam Lindsay Gordon Michael Ackland , 1993 single work criticism biography autobiography
— Appears in: Westerly , Winter vol. 38 no. 2 1993; (p. 53-65)
Ackland finds "intellectual resonances" in Gordon's poetry that produce an "unsuspected degree of conceptual unity". Ackland argues that "Gordon's poetry reveals not a disjunction between darkly meditative and healthy action poetry, but an ongoing and unavailing endeavour to find new grounds for individual affirmation".
Adam Lindsay Gordon : A Memoir Alexander Sutherland , 1883 single work biography
— Appears in: Melbourne Review , October vol. 8 no. 32 1883; (p. 424-427)
Gordon, Kendall and Farrell : Some Literary Curiosities George Mackaness , 1950 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 11 no. 1 1950; (p. 48-52)
Tragic End for an Early Bush Poet Robert Willson , 1990 single work criticism biography
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 3 November 1990; (p. B6)
y That Shining Band : A Study of Australian Colonial Verse Tradition Michael Ackland , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1994 Z463297 1994 single work criticism Rejecting the apparently common perception that Australia's national identity was first expressed in verse by the balladists of the 1890s, Ackland explores the thematic developments of early colonial poets, both men and women, whose place in Australia's literary history he believes to have been largely undervalued.
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