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The Rose Out of Reach single work   poetry   "A red rose grew on a southward wall,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1898... 1898 The Rose Out of Reach
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin vol. 19 no. 955 4 June 1898 Z621304 1898 periodical issue 1898 pg. 3
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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin vol. 54 no. 2774 12 April 1933 Z637978 1933 periodical issue 1933 pg. 35
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    y separately published work icon Fair Girls and Gray Horses : With Other Verses Will H. Ogilvie , Sydney : Bulletin , 1898 Z426383 1898 selected work poetry Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1958 pg. 153-154
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    y separately published work icon Breaker's Mate : Will Ogilvie in Australia Will H. Ogilvie , John Meredith , John Meredith (editor), Kenthurst : Kangaroo Press , 1996 Z186051 1996 selected work poetry short story criticism Meredith's introduction 'traces the career of Will H. Ogilvie, a young Scottish writer who lived and worked in Australia during the golden years of Australian literature, the 1890s. Inspired by his experiences as a jackaroo, drover, shearer and horse-breaker on far-flung stations, Ogilvie wrote immensely popular ballads and stories that rivalled those of his contemporaries, Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson.' (Backcover) Kenthurst : Kangaroo Press , 1996 pg. 43-44
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