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The Aborigines single work   poetry   "How strange 'tis to see, in this land of the free, and novel in native mammalia;"
Issue Details: First known date: 1997... 1997 The Aborigines
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Billy Wye : The Last True Australian Bush Poet William James Wye , Dianne Carroll , Omeo : Carroll Publishing , 1997 Z223224 1997 selected work poetry biography

    Carroll's substantial introduction, titled The True Story of William James Wye Bushman, Poet & Balladist, Including His Recordings of Australia's History through Verse (pp. 9-141), traces the life, family and writing career of William James Wye. Included in this section are, Souvenirs of the Sunny South: Being a Collection of Australian Horse Verse, Bush Minstrelsy, and other poetry by William James Wye.

    The second half of this volume comprises Wye's poetry under the headings; Legends, Places, Humour, Nation and Nature, Family and Friends, Troopers, Horses and Other.

    Omeo : Carroll Publishing , 1997
    pg. 222-223
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon ReCollecting Albury Writing : Poetry and Prose from Albury and District 1859 to 2000 Jane Downing (editor), Dirk H.R. Spennemann (editor), Albury : Letao , 2000 Z793692 2000 anthology short story poetry extract An anthology of fiction writing from the Albury region, 1859-2000. Albury : Letao , 2000 pg. 108-110
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