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Issue Details: First known date: 1930... 1930 Anzac Day
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    y separately published work icon Victorian Readers : Seventh Book Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 Z1427642 1930 anthology poetry children's fiction extract prose drama essay Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 pg. 74-75
    Note: From The Australasian.
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Victorian Readers : Seventh Book Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1930 Z1427642 1930 anthology poetry children's fiction extract prose drama essay Melbourne : Victoria Education Department , 1940 pg. 86-87
    Note: From The Australasian.
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    y separately published work icon Benalla Ensign 28 April 1944 7756084 1944 newspaper issue 1944 pg. 4
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    y separately published work icon Silence into Song : An Anthology of Australian Verse Clifford O'Brien , Adelaide : Rigby , 1968 Z413694 1968 anthology poetry extract Adelaide : Rigby , 1968 pg. 100-101
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    y separately published work icon Many Such as She : Victorian Australian Women Poets of World War One Michael Sharkey (editor), Hobart : Walleah Press , 2018 16088719 2018 anthology poetry biography

    'This volume samples the poetry of twenty-five poets associated with the State of Victoria who were publishing significant work during the First World War. The collection is as much a social and cultural map of women’s attitudes and occupations as it is a poetry anthology. Short accounts of the poets’ lives and their publishing history provide insights into the way the War shaped their everyday concerns. The book expands common notions of what constitutes war poetry, and testifies to the social role and styles of poetry in general. These poets wrote at a time when poetry was a public art, as their work was widely published in the daily and weekly media as well as single volumes of the period and shortly thereafter.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Hobart : Walleah Press , 2018
    pg. 144-145
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    Middle East, Asia,
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