Snow-Gums single work   poetry   "Moonlight and snow and snow-gums:"
  • Author: David Campbell
Issue Details: First known date: 1952... 1952 Snow-Gums
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Alternative title: Snowgums
First line of verse: "Moonlight and snow and snowgums:"
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    y The Bulletin vol. 73 no. 3779 16 July 1952 Z593091 1952 periodical issue 1952 pg. 2 Section: The Red Page
    Note: With title: Snowgums and first line: Moonlight and snow and snowgums:
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    y Selected Poems David Campbell , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1978 Z102109 1978 selected work poetry war literature North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1978 pg. 16
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    y My Country : Australian Poetry and Short Stories, Two Hundred Years Leonie Kramer (editor), Sydney : Lansdowne , 1985 Z1067493 1985 anthology poetry short story Sydney : Lansdowne , 1985 pg. 510
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    y Collected Poems David Campbell , Leonie Kramer (editor), North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1989 Z491279 1989 collected work poetry North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1989 pg. 35
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    y Hardening of the Light : Selected Poems David Campbell , Philip Mead (editor), Charnwood : Indigo , 2006 Z1326792 2006 selected work poetry Charnwood : Indigo , 2006 pg. 35
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    y Song for a Wren : Country Poems and Images David Campbell , Blackheath : Writelight , 2009 Z1724418 2009 selected work poetry Blackheath : Writelight , 2009 pg. 59
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    y Little Book of Trees Canberra : National Library of Australia , 2010 Z1743889 2010 anthology poetry Little Book of Trees celebrates the deep feelings Australians have about trees. Trees can invoke strong emotions - love and sorrow, wonder at their grandness and great age, anger against their destruction, pleasure in their beauty and appreciation of their wood. Trees tell us about our history: the tree used as a prison, the Dig Tree marked by explorers Burke & Wills and the Cazneaux tree that survived devastation of the surrounding land. In Little Book of Trees, works of some of Australia"s much-loved poets, including Judith Wright, Jack Davis, david Campbell and Henry Lawson, are accompanied by beautiful images from the Library's collection by artists such as Hans Heysen, Brett Whiteley, Wolfgang Sievers and Olive Cotton. Source: Back cover. Canberra : National Library of Australia , 2010 pg. 21
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