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My heart, my country : the story of Dorothea Mackellar / Adrienne Howley.

My heart, my country : the story of Dorothea Mackellar / Adrienne Howley.
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Local History   Double Bay . Not for Loan .    
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ISBN 0702221880 (pbk.) :
Author Howley, Adrienne, 1925-
Title My heart, my country : the story of Dorothea Mackellar / Adrienne Howley.
Publisher/Date St. Lucia, Qld. : University of Queensland Press, 1989.
Pagination etc. xi, 210 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 20 cm.
Series UQP paperbacks
Contents note Includes index.
Bibliography, etc. note Includes index.
Contents note Includes index.
Summary Note The biography of famous Australian poet Dorothea MacKellar.
Subject - Name Mackellar, Dorothea, -- 1885-1968 -- Biography
Subject -- 20th century -- Biography.
-- 20th century -- Biography.
Poetry -- English -- Australia -- 20th century
Australian poetry -- Biography
Mackellar, Dorothea, -- 1885-1968 -- Biography
Shelf Location LH B MACK
Catalogue Information 733043 Beginning of record . Catalogue Information 733043 Top of page .
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