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Cyclone single work   poetry   children's   "Driving its force 'gainst the window, torrents of wind-driven rain"
Issue Details: First known date: 1936... 1936 Cyclone
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    y separately published work icon Under the Joy of the Sky and Other Verses Gwen Cope , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1936 Z1516139 1936 selected work poetry children's A collection of poems about natural beauty, the Australian environment and the mystical or divine therein. Published when she was 13 years old, this collection demonstrates the poetic imaginary of Gwen Cope. Her neighbour, Norman Ellison (q.v.), writes in the foreword that she 'wrote poetry as easily and as naturally as the ordinary small girl made doll's clothes' (p. 5). Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1936 pg. 38
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