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Series published between 1970 and 1979 by Hawthorn Press. Numbering of the series appears on the dustjackets of the volumes. Mudie's Look! The Kingfisher may be the first of the series of thiry-one but this has not been verified.
yFrom Mengler's HillJohn Heuzenroeder,
Melbourne:Hawthorn Press,1979Z130611979selected work poetry Cover notes: "From Mengler's Hill has three distinct sections: the first, and longest, 'Henry', is the life-story of Heuzenroeder's great-grandfather, who migrated from Germany and settled in Adelaide; the second, 'From Mengler's Hill', consists of landscape and love poems set in and around the Barossa Valley; and the last, 'Down at Rose Bridge' is concerned with dying".