How O'Leary Broke the Drought single work   poetry   "Men seek no more for sandalwood at Dargaminder Bay,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1939 1939
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  • Appears in:
    y The Lost Shanty Jack Sorensen , Perth : Jack Sorensen , 1939 Z528071 1939 selected work poetry Perth : Jack Sorensen , 1939 pg. 7
  • Appears in:
    y The Collected Poems of Jack Sorensen, 1907-1949 Jack Sorensen , Perth : Service Printing Co , 1950 Z969299 1950 selected work poetry Perth : Service Printing Co , 1950 pg. 43-44
  • Appears in:
    y The Ghosts of Bayley Street : Collected Poems of Jack Sorensen 1907-1949 Jack Sorensen , West Perth Carlisle : Herald Resources Hesperian Press , 1992 Z376223 1992 collected work poetry West Perth Carlisle : Herald Resources Hesperian Press , 1992 pg. 20
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    y The Best Australian Yarns : And Other True Stories Jim Haynes , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2013 6695586 2013 selected work prose

    'Best Australian Yarns is a substantial and definitive collection of factual and fanciful Aussie stories, humour and anecdotes–the result of decades of researching popular Aussie culture and history and yarning to mates and other colourful characters from all parts of Australia and all walks of life.

    'This collection includes tall stories from the bush, reminiscences from the racetrack and shearing shed, railway yarns, stories from the world of show business, Aboriginal legends and humour, digger yarns from both world wars, ghost stories, monsters, bunyips and yowies... and many things you never knew about our amazing history and the characters who made it–the pioneers, heroes, convicts, bushrangers, eccentrics and brave and forgotten men and women whose fascinating lives and achievements created the Aussie spirit that we all love.

    'While the stories range from poignant to hilarious, many simply describe unusual coincidences, strange occurrences or simple everyday humorous events with a refreshing understatement that vividly evokes a vanishing Australia where looking for a good laugh was a key component of a cheekier national character and a simpler lifestyle.' (Publisher's blurb)

    Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2013
    pg. 150
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  • Western Australia,
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