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A Whaler's Wife at Sea sequence   poetry  
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 A Whaler's Wife at Sea
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Notes

  • Author's note: In 1886, Ellen Scott left her home in Albury, Western Australia to sail with her new husband, Captain George Howland, on a whaling journey aboard his ship "Canton". After that first voyage, she refused to accompany him again.

Includes

Superstitions i "How lost to necromantic folly", Judy Johnson , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Blue Dog : Australian Poetry , June vol. 3 no. 5 2004; (p. 25)
Discomforts i "A constant lurching underfoot", Judy Johnson , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Blue Dog : Australian Poetry , June vol. 3 no. 5 2004; (p. 25-26)
Thar She Blows i "Pandemonium", Judy Johnson , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Blue Dog : Australian Poetry , June vol. 3 no. 5 2004; (p. 26-27)
Cutting In and Tying Out i "The great corpse is tethered", Judy Johnson , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Blue Dog : Australian Poetry , June vol. 3 no. 5 2004; (p. 27-28)
Scrimshaw i "Dear husband has offered me a ring", Judy Johnson , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Blue Dog : Australian Poetry , June vol. 3 no. 5 2004; (p. 29-30)

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