London, George Robertson, 1893 and 1894. The title leaves are laid down on fine blank paper to mask advertising on the verso; the contents leaves are numbered xxiii-xxiv and xiii-xiv respectively, with the running title 'The Antipodean - Advertisements' at the head of each page. Contributors include Rolf Boldrewood, Ernest...
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Melbourne, Sun, 1968 (first edition).
Adelaide, F.W. Preece, 1940.
Melbourne, Edward A. Vidler, 1924.
Auckland, Whitcombe and Tombs, 1918. The last five sonnets are war poems: August 1914, Anzac, Glory, Peace, and Roses.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1983. Inscribed, signed and dated (8 May 1986) by the author to John Bray, South Australian Chief Justice and poet.
Adelaide, Sands & McDougall, 1886. The list of 60 "Subscribers to this Volume for Five Copies and Upwards" on page 64 includes many of the leading lights of Adelaide.
New York, MetroBooks, 2002 [first thus].
Dublin, Gallery Press, 1981. A presentation copy to 'Colin and Cynthia' (Professor Colin Horne and his wife), with a two-line verse inscription signed by the author. Loosely inserted is a colour photograph (112x152mm), taken by the author, of Professor Horne and his son Dr John Horne resting on the grass...
London, G.P. Putnams, 1927/ 1901. With the ownership signature of John Bray, sometime Chief Justice of South Australia, author and prominent Adelaide poet.
London, John Lane, 1900. Introduction by A.C. Benson. Illustrated by Henry Ospovat.
London, John Lane the Bodley Head, 1924 [first edition].
London, Faber and Faber, 1937.
London, Faber, 1957. With a contemporary review (from the New Statesman) loosely inserted.
London, Faber and Faber, 1935.
Wellington, Glover/ Mermaid Press, 1957.
Sydney, South Head Press, 1968. Presentation copy signed, dated (July 1968) and warmly inscribed to the South Australian poet Robert Clark and his wife Dorothy.
Sydney, Beaujon Press, 1961. Number 206 of 300 copies; this copy is inscribed and signed to fellow-poet, the South Australian Robert Clark.
Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1966 [first edition]. Loosely inserted is a typed lettercard (dated 22 September 1968) warmly inscribed and signed by the author (twice); the note thanks John Colmer (sometime Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Adelaide) and his wife (Dorothy) for their hospitality during his recent stay in Adelaide.
St Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1971. '"Apparition" is the brilliantly imaginative outcome of the close friendship that developed between the English poet and critic, and the Australian painter. Containing twenty-one poems and seven vivid gouaches the book began life as a personal response from the painter to the work...
Sydney, Designed and printed by Edwards and Shaw for the Lyre-Bird Writers.. 1954. With the ownership signature of SA poet Robert Clark.
A lengthy patriotic poem (twelve four-line stanzas) dated at the end 'Italia March 1900'. Under the pseudonym 'Arthur Ferres', John William Kevin (circa 1843-1903) wrote several Australian boys' adventure books and published one volume of verse. 'The Contingent', presumably unpublished, is very much a product of its time and place...
North Adelaide, Experimental Art Foundation, 1990. An advertising flyer is loosely inserted; 'Ken Bolton's tortuous publication history has become something of a cause celebre ...'.
North Adelaide, Experimental Art Foundation, 1990. 'Ken Bolton's tortuous publication history has become something of a cause celebre ...'.
London, Allen Lane, 1972 [first English edition]. Translated from the Spanish by W.S. Merwin, John Updike, Richard Wilbur and others.