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The Collected Verse of Banjo Paterson

£100.00

Product description

Selected and introduced by leading Paterson scholar Clement Semmler.

Illustrated hard covers with titles on the front and the spine plus illustration on the front. Some surface wear to the covers. Pages are all clean and unmarked.

35 black-and-white period drawings and photographs.

Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson 1864-1941, was the author of the famous 'Waltzing Matilda'. This volume contains two versions of this famous poem - the 'original' and the 'popular' versions. Many of Paterson's poems were altered as the result of editing by his publisher Angus & Robertson and where this occurred the original versions are reproduced here.

Paterson's chief inspiration was the bush but he turned his hand to subjects as diverse as war and the weather bringing his special artistry to each.

Item details

Author(s):
Paterson, Banjo
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0670903345
Publisher:
Viking O'Neil (Penguin Books Australia)

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About this item

Selected and introduced by leading Paterson scholar Clement Semmler.

Illustrated hard covers with titles on the front and the spine plus illustration on the front. Some surface wear to the covers. Pages are all clean and unmarked.

35 black-and-white period drawings and photographs.

Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson 1864-1941, was the author of the famous 'Waltzing Matilda'. This volume contains two versions of this famous poem - the 'original' and the 'popular' versions. Many of Paterson's poems were altered as the result of editing by his publisher Angus & Robertson and where this occurred the original versions are reproduced here.

Paterson's chief inspiration was the bush but he turned his hand to subjects as diverse as war and the weather bringing his special artistry to each.

Author(s):
Paterson, Banjo
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0670903345
Publisher:
Viking O'Neil (Penguin Books Australia)

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