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Issue Details: First known date: 1873... 1873 Two and Two : A Story of the Australian Forest; with Minor Poems of Colonial Interest
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Notes

  • First book of poetry published in Western Australia.
  • Dedication: To my sister Mrs. John Brooking this little volume is dedicated : in token of a love now little worth but hereafter deeper and purer for ever.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Perth, Western Australia,:M. Shenton , 1873 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Two and Twoi"The shady shallows of an Austral stream", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 1-86)
Our Slain : Panter : Harding : Goldwyer 1865i"Flies rumour from the North,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 89-98)
Fallen In The Woodsi"Tread mournfully, O Muse,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 99-102)
Not Foresakeni"Thro' his home rang merry laughter,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 103-105)
Reveriei"Wandering thro' the cloisters of the soul,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 106-108)
At Resti"Father, thou art taken,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 109-113)
A Dieui"As beautiful clouds o'er the evening sky,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 113-114)
Windi"There are mad motions in the evening air,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 117-118)
Raini"The lips of Earth grow dry,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 118-121)
Blackboy Hilli"Let scenes of blood and ruin claim", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 121-128)
Hobbled Outi"How now, old Charlie? grave you look,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 129-132)
Carloi"I'm sitting by the fire, Carlo,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 132-135)
Avengedi"Lie there, thou spoiler of the fold,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 135-137)
Vanquishedi"The golden waves of Summer roll", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 138-139.)
Sadly, Grandly Beautifuli"Sadly, grandly beautiful,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 139-140)
Witheringi"Ah though hot-fingered gale, but a few short hours,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 141)
Heati"No motion in the air;", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 142-143)
A Stormi"The moon on a black, low cloud is sailing;", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 144-147)
Sonneti"A broad refulgent dome of crystal blue,", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 147-148)
In the Backwoodsi"Hark ye while the woodland trees", H. E. C. , 1873 single work poetry (p. 148-149)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Sighting John Kinsella , 2001 single work essay
— Appears in: Thylazine , no. 3 2001;
'This essay is an attempt to bring contradictory and disassociated reflections and implications into play, and is a critique of the role of invader, commentator, and self in the processes of occupation and exclusion.'
Sighting John Kinsella , 2001 single work essay
— Appears in: Thylazine , no. 3 2001;
'This essay is an attempt to bring contradictory and disassociated reflections and implications into play, and is a critique of the role of invader, commentator, and self in the processes of occupation and exclusion.'
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