Henry Lawson will always be remembered a one of Australia’s greatest poets. His early works evoke the contrasts and challenges of life after the gold rushes and as Australia marched on its inevitable way to nationhood. In this period he was able to experience and capture the very essence of bush life – its grandeur, its tragedy and its daily trauma.
This book contains many of the poetical works of the man dubbed as ‘the people’s poet’ and his most famous and well remembered verses will all be found in these pages. Everyone who knows and loves the works of Henry Lawson, as well as the young and those newly introduced to the works of this great man will want to have a copy of this book on their bookshelves.
Size: Portrait – 252 mm x 195 mm
Page extent: 752 pages