Uloola single work   poetry   "Uloola, the wife of Terrara,"
  • Author: Henry Kendall http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/kendall-henry
Issue Details: First known date: 1862 1862
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Notes

  • The character Uloola is also used in Kendall's better known poem, 'The Last of his Tribe'.
  • In his note which accompanied 'The Barcoo' and 'Uloola' when they appeared in the Sydney Mail in September 1862, Kendall indicated that both poems were from a MS. poem titled 'The Head Station.'

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y The Sydney Mail vol. 3 no. 116 20 September 1862 Z1251188 1862 newspaper issue 1862 pg. 6
  • Appears in:
    y The Poetical Works of Henry Kendall Henry Kendall , Thomas Thornton Reed (editor), Adelaide : Libraries Board of South Australia , 1966 Z571473 1966 selected work poetry This critical edition includes 90 previously uncollected poems and collates manuscripts of the poems and their appearances in periodicals and newspapers during the poet's life-time. There are copious biographical and critical notes, indexes and a bibliography. Adelaide : Libraries Board of South Australia , 1966 pg. 480-481

Works about this Work

Uloola i "Uloola, the wife of Terrara", Henry Kendall , 2001 extract poetry
— Appears in: The Turning Wave : Poems and Songs of Irish Australia 2001; (p. 192)
Kendall's Use of 'Uloola' Archibald Meston , 1902 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 11 January vol. 23 no. 1143 1902; (p. 2)
In this letter to the editor, Meston as Queensland Protector of Aborigines affirms against the Rev. J. L. Mathew that Kendall obtained the word, 'Uloola,' used in one of his poems, from Aboriginal languages associated with the Clarence River, a district where he lived for many years.
Kendall's Use of 'Uloola' Archibald Meston , 1902 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 11 January vol. 23 no. 1143 1902; (p. 2)
In this letter to the editor, Meston as Queensland Protector of Aborigines affirms against the Rev. J. L. Mathew that Kendall obtained the word, 'Uloola,' used in one of his poems, from Aboriginal languages associated with the Clarence River, a district where he lived for many years.
Uloola i "Uloola, the wife of Terrara", Henry Kendall , 2001 extract poetry
— Appears in: The Turning Wave : Poems and Songs of Irish Australia 2001; (p. 192)
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