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autobiography of John Shaw Neilson

by John Shaw Neilson

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Published by National Library of Australia in [Canberra] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neilson, John Shaw, 1872-1942.,
  • Poets, Australian -- 20th century -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 174-175.

    Statementintroduced by Nancy Keesing.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9619.3.N4 Z46 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination175 p. ;
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4194850M
    ISBN 100642991162, 0642991170
    LC Control Number80473641

      John Shaw Neilson (editor: R. H. Croll), Collected Poems of John Shaw Neilson, Melbourne: Lothian Publishing Company, [May reprint] Editor’s notes: All of the poems in the first part of this book, from “Heart of Spring (page 1) up to “The Dream is Deep” (page 82), were included in John Shaw Neilson’s book Heart of Spring (). Chinkapook is a locality in Victoria, Australia, located approximately 67 km from Swan Hill, is on the Robinvale railway line, 70km south of the terminus at Robinvale.. The Post Office opened on 12 September as Christmas Tank, was renamed Chinkapook in and closed in Many of Australian poet John Shaw Neilson's notebooks were destroyed or severely damaged in a mouse Coordinates: 35°11′S °57′E / .

    Neilson, John Shaw. and Roberts, Margaret D. and Australian Defence Force Academy. Australian Scholarly Editions Centre. John Shaw Neilson: the collected verse / edited by Margaret Roberts Australian Scholarly Editions Centre, UNSW at ADFA Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation. Neilson, John Shaw.   [Editor: This article provides links to poems by, and to some biographical information about, John Shaw Neilson.] John Shaw Neilson was born in Penola, South Australia, on 22 February He died in Melbourne, of heart disease, on 12 May Books by John Shaw Neilson: [Books published during his lifetime, arranged by year].

      Douglas Alexander Stewart (), poet, editor and literary critic, was born on 6 May at Eltham, New Zealand, second of five children of Victorian-born Alexander Armstrong Stewart, solicitor, and his wife Mary Effie, née Fitzgerald, born in England. Douglas ’s childhood and youth, as portrayed in his autobiography Springtime in Taranaki (), was an idyllic one. *"John Shaw Neilson" , by Hugh Anderson and L.J. Blake *"The Autobiography of John Shaw Neilson" *"Poet of the Colours" , by John H. Phillips *"The Folly of Spring" , by Cliff Hanna *"John Shaw Neilson: Poetry, Autobiography and Correspondence" , edited by Cliff Hanna *"John Shaw Neilson: A Life in Letters" , Helen Hewson.


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