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Issue Details: First known date: 1924... no. 301 February 1924 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 School Paper : Grades V and VI
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First Page Picture: 'A Rural Scene, Victoria', [1].
    • Poetry: 'Bruce and the Spider', by Eliza Cook (1817-89), 10-11; 'The Ladybird', by Charlotte Smith, 13; 'The Arrow and the Song', Henry W.Longfellow (1807-82), 13.
    • Prose: 'Australians in America', by May Campbell in 'Our Little Friends' California, 11-12; 'The Drover's Life', illustrated, (unattributed), 7-9; 'No End to the Wood-Heap', (unattributed), 9.
    • Fiction: 'The Legend of Europa : An Ancient Greek Myth', illustrated, (unattributed), 13-15.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned, and comments on the metre of poetry. There are also often 'General Notes' which ask the reader questions about the work.


* Contents derived from the 1924 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
My Countryi"The love of field and coppice,", Dorothea Mackellar , 1908 single work poetry (p. [1]-2)
Uncle Jim's Queer Story, 1907 single work children's fiction myth/legend
Fictional story about the origins of the platypus.
(p. 2-5)
In the Droving Daysi"At dawn of day we would feel the breeze", A. B. Paterson , 1913 extract poetry (p. 5-7)
Note: Illustration from a painting by Walter Withers - 'Droving'.
The Song of Australiai"There is a land where summer skies", Caroline Carleton , Carl Linger (composer), 1859 single work lyric/song (p. 15-16)

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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