In the Days When the World Was Wide, and Other Verses

In the Days When the World Was Wide, and Other Verses

Henry Lawson

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In the Days When the World Was Wide and Other Verses (1896) is the first collection of poems by Australian poet and author Henry Lawson. It was released in hardback by Angus and Robertson in 1896, and features the poet's widely anthologised poems "The Free Selector's Daughter", "Andy's Gone with Cattle", "Middleton's Rouseabout" and the best of Lawson's contributions to The Bulletin Debate, a famous dispute in The Bulletin magazine from 1892-93 between Lawson and Banjo Paterson.

The collection contains a dedication to J. F. Archibald and on the title page a sketch by Frank Mahony of Lawson 'humping his bluey'.

Contents
  • "To an Old Mate"
  • "In the Days When the World Was Wide"
  • "Faces in the Street"
  • "The Roaring Days"
  • "'For'ard'"
  • "The Drover's Sweetheart"
  • "Out Back"
  • "The Free-Selector's Daughter"
  • "'Sez You'"
  • "Andy's Gone with Cattle"
  • "Jack Dunn of Nevertire"
  • "Trooper Campbell"
  • "The Sliprails and the Spur"
  • "Past Carin'"
  • "The Glass on the Bar"
  • "The Shanty on the Rise"
  • "The Vagabond"
  • "Sweeney"
  • "Middleton's Rouseabout"
  • "The Ballad of the Drover"
  • "Taking His Chance"
  • "When the 'Army' Prays for Watty"
  • "The Wreck of the 'Derry Castle'"
  • "Ben Duggan"
  • "The Star of Australasia"
  • "The Great Grey Plain"
  • "The Song of Old Joe Swallow"
  • "Corny Bill"
  • "Cherry-Tree Inn"
  • "Up the Country"
  • "Knocked Up"
  • "The Blue Mountains"
  • "The City Bushman"
  • "Eurunderee"
  • "Mount Bukaroo"
  • "The Fire at Ross's Farm"
  • "The Teams"
  • "Cameron's Heart"
  • "The Shame of Going Back"
  • "Since Then"
  • "Peter Anderson and Co."
  • "When the Children Come Home"
  • "Dan, the Wreck"
  • "A Prouder Man Than You"
  • "The Song and the Sigh"
  • "The Cambaroora Star"
  • "After All"
  • "Marshall's Mate"
  • "The Poets of the Tomb"
  • "Australian Bards and Bush Reviewers"
  • "The Ghost"
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    (Grenfell, New South Wales, 1867 - Sidney 1922) scrittore australiano. Autore di racconti brevi e di poesie in forma di ballate, ha cantato nelle sue opere, con accenti di forte intensità, la sconfinata prateria, le foreste, le stagioni, il lavoro: Il paese dal quale sono venuto (The country I came from, 1900), Joe Wilson e i suoi compagni (Joe Wilson and his mates, 1901), Fanciulli del bush (Children of the bush, 1902), Versi popolari e umoristici (Verses popular and humorous, 1905). Approfondisci
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