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Issue Details: First known date: 1953... 1953 Laid Off
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Hard-Luck Story i "`Yes, this is the stop for Central. Yes, right here.", Francis Webb , 1953 single work poetry
— Appears in: Birthday 1953; (p. 26) A Book of Australian Verse 1956; (p. 225-226) A Book of Australian Verse 1968; (p. 234-235) Collected Poems 1969; (p. 88-89) Cap and Bells : The Poetry of Francis Webb 1991; (p. 117-118) The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry 1991; (p. 135)
The Bureau, and Later i "Outside the Bureau all the trams and trains", Francis Webb , 1953 single work poetry
— Appears in: Birthday 1953; (p. 25) A Book of Australian Verse 1956; (p. 224-225) A Book of Australian Verse 1968; (p. 233-234) Collected Poems 1969; (p. 88) Cap and Bells : The Poetry of Francis Webb 1991; (p. 117) The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry 1991; (p. 134-135)

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