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Bold Jack Donahoe single work   poetry   "'Twas of a valiant highwayman and outlaw of disdain"
Issue Details: First known date: 1964... 1964 Bold Jack Donahoe
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First line of verse: "There was a valiant highwayman of courage and renown"

Works about this Work

The Case of the Stolen Jumbuck Stephen Knight , 1992 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reconnoitres : Essays in Australian Literature in Honour of G. A. Wilkes 1992; (p. 24-35, 238-241)
y separately published work icon Who Wrote the Ballads? : Notes on Australian Folksong J. S. Manifold , Sydney : Australasian Book Society , 1964 Z15058 1964 single work criticism A thorough assessment of the history of balladry in Australia. Its focus ranges from the 1820s to the 1950s and includes references to many famous and infamous songs.
The Case of the Stolen Jumbuck Stephen Knight , 1992 single work criticism
— Appears in: Reconnoitres : Essays in Australian Literature in Honour of G. A. Wilkes 1992; (p. 24-35, 238-241)
y separately published work icon Who Wrote the Ballads? : Notes on Australian Folksong J. S. Manifold , Sydney : Australasian Book Society , 1964 Z15058 1964 single work criticism A thorough assessment of the history of balladry in Australia. Its focus ranges from the 1820s to the 1950s and includes references to many famous and infamous songs.
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