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Our Rarer Fauna sequence   poetry   humour  
Issue Details: First known date: 1927... 1927 Our Rarer Fauna
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Notes

  • Author's note: Authentic information on Australian animals compiled, by special permission, from the Oberonian Archives. (appears under title)
  • Epigraph: Oh, children, I have toiled so hard / To make this compilation! / I rubbed my brains with boiling lard, / And huffed and puffed, and ho-ed! and ha-ed! / All for your information.
  • Illustrated sequence of nonsensical poems; not necessarily intended for children.

Includes

The Glum Galoot : III i "Beware, beware the Glum Galoot!", L. H. Allen , 1927 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Home , 1 December vol. 8 no. 12 1927; (p. 63)
The Bunyip : I i "The Bunyip is a curious beast,", L. H. Allen , 1927 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Home , 1 December vol. 8 no. 12 1927; (p. 63)
The Bandicoot : II i "Learn now about the Bandicoot,", L. H. Allen , 1927 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Home , 1 December vol. 8 no. 12 1927; (p. 63)
The Grumpus : IV i "The Grumpus is a perfect dear.", L. H. Allen , 1927 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Home , 1 December vol. 8 no. 12 1927; (p. 63)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Home vol. 8 no. 12 1 December Adrian Feint (illustrator), 1927 Z1649927 1927 periodical issue 1927 pg. 63
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