The Merino Sheep single work   prose  
  • Author: A. B. Paterson
Issue Details: First known date: 1895 1895
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Alternative title: The Trouble with Merinos
  • Appears in:
    y The Bulletin vol. 16 no. 826 14 December 1895 Z588477 1895 periodical issue 1895 pg. 24
  • Appears in:
    y Three Elephant Power and Other Stories A. B. Paterson , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1917 Z385668 1917 selected work short story humour Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1917 pg. 24-40
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    y The Herald no. 17769 28 April 1934 Z1505860 1934 newspaper issue 1934 pg. 30
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    y Banjo Paterson : Short Stories A. B. Paterson , Sydney : Lansdowne , 1980 Z206433 1980 selected work short story extract humour Sydney : Lansdowne , 1980 pg. 27-30
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    y Singer of the Bush, A. B. (Banjo) Paterson : Complete Works 1885-1900 A. B. Paterson , Rosamund Campbell , Philippa Harvie , Sydney : Lansdowne , 1983 Z499636 1983 collected work short story poetry drama biography humour satire Sydney : Lansdowne , 1983 pg. 247-249
  • Appears in:
    y The Australian 26 December 2011 Z1834191 2011 newspaper issue Includes an extract from A. B. Paterson's 'The Trouble with Merinos', p. 10. 2011 pg. 10
    Note: With title: But Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
  • Appears in:
    y The Penguin Book of Australian Bush Writing John Ross (editor), Camberwell : Viking , 2011 Z1834253 2011 anthology poetry short story autobiography prose extract non-fiction

    'A selection of our finest writing about the mystery and majesty of the Australian bush.

    'Since settlers and explorers first started recording their experiences of the Australian bush, is has loomed as large in our imaginations as in our landscapes. Sometimes dark and forbidding, sometimes lush and beautiful, this terrain and the people who venture into it fascinate us and draw us in. The exploration of our forests and outback is the source of some of our favourite stories.

    'In The Penguin Book of Australian Bush Writing, prolific writer and editor John Ross has collected tales about the bush from all over our wide land. Richard Flanagan pays homage to the "golden wood" industry of Huon pine in Tasmania, Henry Lawson journeys by train from Sydney to Bourke, A.B. Facey works the land on Western Australian frontier, and Miles Franklin describes the menace of the fauna in the countryside of her childhood.' (From the publisher's website.)

    Camberwell : Viking , 2011
    pg. 185-190
    Note: With title: The Trouble with Merinos
Last amended 14 Aug 2012
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