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The Mahogany Ship single work   poetry   "Somewhere under the sand dunes, where the coarse grains slide and dip,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1930... 1930 The Mahogany Ship
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    y separately published work icon The Australasian vol. 128 no. 4247 31 May 1930 16920711 1930 newspaper issue 1930 pg. 4
    Note: Epigraph: "In 1837 the skeleton of a mahogany ship was seen lying on the sand dunes at Warrnambool. The sand drifted over her, and subsequent efforts to find the remains of the vessel have failed."
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