Banjo Paterson

Complete Poems

A beautiful new edition of the complete poems of A. B. 'Banjo' Paterson When a young man submitted a set of verses to the BULLEtIN in 1889 under the pseudonym 'the Banjo', it was the beginning of an enduring tradition. today Banjo Paterson is still one of Australia's best-loved poets. this complete collection of his verse shows the bush balladeer at his very best with favourites such as 'A Bush Christening', 'the Man from Ironbark', 'Clancy of the Overflow' and the immortal 'the Man from Snowy River'. these well-known verses are joined here by his comic verse, his remarkable war poems, including 'We're All Australians Now', and lesser known works.
309 printed pages
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  • denisaatasieihas quoted8 months ago
    These fragments of song.

    They are just the rude stories one hears
    In sadness and mirth,
    The records of wandering years,
    And scant is their worth.
  • potterhardinghas quoted4 years ago
    The Fitzroy Blacksmith

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