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Issue Details: First known date: 1900... 1900 The Rhyme of Rudyard K.
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Dedication: for The Bulletin
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Author note: Kipling's head is evidently swollen as his farming and grazing knowledge is ludicrously vague. He talks thus: 'We' (that is, ME and the Empire),..................
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The author's note appears in full on p.29 of Clubbing of the Gunfire: 101 Australian War Poems
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