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Epigraph: The story is told that Queen Victoria once accepted the hospitality of a villager who poured her own tea into the saucer and drank from that. The Queen, so it is said, did exactly the same to save her hostess from embarrassment.
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yHeaven, in a WayRodney Hall,
St Lucia:University of Queensland Press,1970Z5476621970selected work poetry St Lucia:University of Queensland Press,1970
ySelected PoemsRodney Hall,
St Lucia:University of Queensland Press,1975Z5439661975selected work poetry humour satire St Lucia:University of Queensland Press,1975