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'Arry 'Arry i(A148538 works by)
Writing name for: Henry Lawson
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Sometimes referred to as 'Harry' by the public, journalists and even himself, Henry Lawson appears to have only used the pen name 'Arry for the three Hean's Essence poems published as part of a 1918 advertising campaign.

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Notes

  • Lawson refers to himself as 'Arry in the poem 'Wide Spaces.' An example of this name being used by others occurs in the Brisbane Courier's obituary ("Henry Lawson : Death in Sydney," 4 September 1922, p.7)
  • The 'Arry' psuedonym is not acknowledged by Leonard Cronin in A Fantasy of Man : Henry Lawson Complete Works 1901-1922.
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