Henry Lawson

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Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson, circa 1902
Born 17 June 1867(1867-06-17)
Grenfell Goldfields, New South Wales, Australia
Died 2 September 1922(1922-09-02) (aged 55)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Author,
Poet
Balladist
Spouse Bertha Marie Louise Bredt
Children Joseph
Bertha

Henry Lawson (17 June 1867 – 2 September 1922) was an Australian writer and poet. Along with Banjo Paterson, he is remembered as one of the best Australian writers. He wrote about life in the Australian bush.

Posthumous Collections[change | edit source]

  • A Camp-Fire Yarn: Henry Lawson Complete Works 1885-1900 (1984)
  • A Fantasy of Man: Henry Lawson Complete Works 1901-1922 (1984)
  • The Penguin Henry Lawson Short Stories (1986)
  • The Songs of Henry Lawson (1989)
  • The Roaring Days (1994) (aka The Henry Lawson Collection Vol. 1)
  • On the Wallaby Track (1994) (aka The Henry Lawson Collection Vol. 2)

Popular Poems, Short Stories and Sketches[change | edit source]

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