Selection of poems by a notable Australian poet of the early 20th century. Themes include love, death, and the beauty of the natural world. Contains a 34-page introduction to Neilson's life and work by the editor, a leading contemporary Australian poet. Includes notes on some poems and a bibliography. One of the TA&R Modern Poets' series.
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