Mary Gilmore a tribute [edited by] Dymphna Cusack, T. Inglis Moore [and] Barrie Ovenden. With a bibliography by Walter Stone. by Mary Gilmore

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Published by Australasian Book Society in [Sydney] .

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ContributionsCusack, Dymphna.
LC ClassificationsPR6013 I32 A16 1965
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Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16161246M

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Mary Gilmore. | NSW | Poet and journalist. Dame Mary Gilmore was a writer whose outspoken advocacy of universal social justice, nationalism and the often forgotten aspects of Australian rural life in 19 th Century Australia made her a legend during her own long lifetime.

Born Mary Jean Cameron near Goulburn inshe spent more than a decade as a teacher in country schools, but a List items: Showing: 1 - 84 of A Spell Is On Me.

The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld.: - ) Saturday 17 September p Article Abstract: A shadow lies upon the hill (A cloud hangs low before the sun), And in my heart a loneliness, Oppressing heart, and soul, and will, words. Tagged as: Mary Gilmore, poem; Text last corrected on 12 August by InstituteOfAustralianCulture?id=   Dame Mary Jean Gilmore (), writer, was born on 16 August at Mary Vale, Woodhouselee, near Goulburn, New South Wales, eldest child of Donald Cameron, a farmer, born in Inverness-shire, Scotland, and his native-born wife Mary Ann, née Beattie.

Her father had migrated to Australia in from Fort William, and her mother's family Biography of Dame Mary Gilmore who was an author, journalist, poet, patriot and campaigner against injustice and deprivation. Dame Mary Gilmore was born on 16 August at Cotta Walla (near Goulburn), New South Wales, the eldest child of Donald and Mary Ann (nee Beattie) Cameron.

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