Henry Lawson’s uncanny ability to capture the character and spirit of Australia and it’s people earned him the affectionate label of ‘the people’s poet’. In this fine collection of his poems, Lawson reflects the lives and struggles of the common people, both in the city and in the bush. The book illustrated with engravings from the 1880s and 1890s that have been digitally coloured using the latest computer technology.
Size: Portrait – 303 mm x 228 mm
Page extent: 232 pages