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Issue Details: First known date: 1884... 1884 Poems of a Life
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Notes

  • Includes a section entitled 'Songs of the Squatters' in the first edition, and an additional section, 'Australian Poems', in the second edition.
  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the London,
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Kegan Paul, Trench , 1885 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Swiss Sketches (No. 1) : Mount Blanci"The desert is around thee,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 41-43)
Swiss Sketches, Robert Lowe , sequence poetry (p. 41-62)
Swiss Sketches (No. 3) : The Simploni"Past is the pomp, the triumph, the display,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 44-46)
[Swiss Sketches] : Wallenstadter See as Seen from Weseni"It is the hour of even calm,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 47-49)
Swiss Sketches (No.6) : The Staubbachi"A wavering column of silvery smoke,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 50-52)
Swiss Sketches (No.7) : The Chamoisi"I gambol o'er the granite frore,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 53-55)
Swiss Sketches (No. 2) : The Falls of the Aar at Haukecki"Fann'd by the whirlwinds everlasting play,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 56-57)
Swiss Sketches (No.4) : Sunrise from the Faulhorni"There is a cloud on Faulhorn's brow", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 58-59)
Swiss Sketches (No.8) : Conclusioni"Man! Who canst see in Nature's face", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 60-62)
Stanzasi"Speak out, my honest heart", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 65-67)
Inscriptioni"Here Fucus landed, memorable spot,", Viscount Sherbrooke , single work poetry satire (p. 68-71)
"Vote not, vote not for me, I pray," Songs of the Election : Air - Love Not : From Dr. Osborne to James Macarthur Esq.i"Vote not, vote not for me, Macarthur, pray,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 72)
Note: The first line amendment is the only difference between this version and the poem's original version published in the Atlas.
The Price of Freedomi"They tell us that freedom's a holiday dress,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 73-74)
The Gathering of Guanoi"Loud whistles the night wind, white dances the spray,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 75-76)
To Mrs. Chisholmi"The guardian angel of her helpless sex,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 77)
The Leveei"Flock to the levee - fawn and cringe, and bow,-", Robert Lowe , single work poetry satire (p. 78-80)
After the Levee The Leveei"And Ye can prate of Liberty! and Ye", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 81-82)
"A statesman made a yoke of brass," District Councils, or the Brazen Yokei"Lord Stanley made a yoke of brass", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 83-87)
Disappointmenti"'twas sown in tyranny - it grew in guile -", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 88-90)
Quit Rents "They told me of a glorious land" Quit-Rentsi"They told me 'twas a glorious land,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry (p. 91-94)

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