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Banjo Paterson's Poems Of The Bush
RRP*: $19.99
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN13
9781864366914
Dimensions
168 x 207mm
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Description

The poetry selected for this collection reveals Paterson's love and appreciation for the Australian bush and its people.

It contains not only widely published and quoted poems such as 'On Kiley's Run' and 'Clancy of The Overflow', but also lesser known poems such as 'The Uplift' and 'The Wind's Message'. The colour plates of works by Australian artists subtly illustrate the images evoked by the poems.

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