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    y Meanjin Papers vol. 1 no. 8 March 1942 Z591403 1942 periodical issue 1942 pg. 31
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    y Air Mail Palestine with Other Verse and Some Prose David McNicoll , Sydney : Dymocks , 1943 Z1055544 1943 selected work poetry autobiography war literature Sydney : Dymocks , 1943
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    y Poets at War : An Anthology of Verse by Australian Servicemen Ian Mudie (editor), Melbourne : Georgian House Jindyworobak Publications , 1944 Z337876 1944 anthology poetry war literature Melbourne : Georgian House Jindyworobak Publications , 1944 pg. 90
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    y The Oxford Book of Australasian Verse Walter Murdoch (editor), London : Oxford University Press , 1918 Z1021439 1918 anthology poetry A Book of Australian and New Zealand Verse Melbourne : Oxford University Press , 1950 pg. 253
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    y An Anthology of Australian Verse George Mackaness (editor), Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1952 6472657 1952 anthology poetry Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1952 pg. 234-235
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    y Favourite Australian Poems Ian Mudie (editor), Adelaide : Rigby , 1963 Z337064 1963 anthology poetry humour Adelaide : Rigby , 1963 pg. 176
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    y Deal Me In : Sixty Years in Journalism and Never a Dull Moment David McNicoll , St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1995 Z214403 1995 selected work poetry prose biography autobiography war literature humour

    'After sixty years in the strife-ridden occupation of journalism, David McNicoll shares a sort of index to his life-his movements, his likes and dislikes (both expressed in his customarily blunt fashion), his ups and downs, and, above all,his love affair with journalism. This fascinating collection of pieces from past by-lines and Bulletin columns shows McNicoll at his finest. However, it will be, perhaps, his poetry that is most surprising. Already given a guernsey by Kenneth Slessor for his war poetry, McNicoll also reveals a talent for children's verse.' (Publication summary)

    St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1995
    pg. 207
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