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Lansdowne Press, Melbourne, 1965. Stapled soft cover, 21 x 13.5cms. Tipped-in frontis photo. Ex Library copy (with markings). Booklet in FAIR condition. In Australian Writers and Their Work series. Boake lived from 1866 until 1892. He believed the bush life was the only one worth living and, like his literary idol Adam Lindsay Gordon, eventually suicided. His grim verse 'Where the Dead Men Lie' still moves readers a century later. Book has Notes and Bibliography.