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Issue Details: First known date: 1907... no. 101 October 1907 of The School Paper for Classes V and VI est. 1898 School Paper for Classes V and VI
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors is individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First page picture: 'Yours Affectionately John Keats' (q.v.) autographed photograph accompanying poem: 'Ode to a Nightingale', [129].
    • Poetry: 'Ode to a Nightingale' by John Keats (q.v.) with autographed photograph: 'Yours Affectionately John Keats', [129]-131; 'Early Morning in Spring' consists of four extracts from works by William Shakespeare (q.v.) being 'A Glorious Morning' from Sonnet 33, 'The Lark Wakes the Morning' from Romeo and Juliet, A Morning Song' and 'Descriptions of Daybreak' from Hamlet, 136; 'Soliloquy on Sleep' extract from Henry IV Part II Act III Scene 1 by William Shakespeare (q.v.) 142-143.
    • Prose: 'Lohengrin: The Swan Knight' (unattributed) extract from the Scholars' Own with (unattributed) illustration: 'The Arrival of the Swan Knight', 131-136; 'Shakespeare's Country' extract from letter by Frank Tate, Director of Education Victoria describing visit he and Mr Williams, Director of Education, SA spent at Stratford-on-Avon with six (unattributed) illustrations: 'Part of the Monument to Shakespeare's Memory in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford', 'Row of Houses in Stratford', 'Interior of a Room in the House in Which it is Supposed Shakespeare Was Born', 'The Memorial Theatre and Its Reflection in the Avon', 'The Lime tree Avenue Leading to the Door of Holy Trinity Church, Stratford' and 'Anne Hathaway's Cottage', 137-142; 'Run No Risk' two untitled extracts on intoxicating liquors by Dr B. W. Richardson and Dr Trotter, 143.
    • Song: 'Breathe Not of Parting' by Mendelssohn, 143; 'All Hail, Gentle Spring' by Hunter, 144; 'The Savoyard's Song' by Hullah, 144.

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