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Issue Details: First known date: 1927... 1927 Local Singers
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A discussion of Australian women poets, including Nancy Francis, Zora Cross and Mary Gilmore. England suggests that it is often 'the minor poet who cleaves most quickly to our hearts, for, though he has the poet's vision, he is of necessity chained to earth, and his sorrows and joys are ours.'

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    y separately published work icon The Daily Mail 5 November 1927 Z1112388 1927 newspaper issue 1927 pg. 17
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17 Local Singerssmall AustLit logo The Daily Mail