Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson (17 June 1867 – 2 September 1922) was an Australian writer and poet. Along with his contemporary Banjo Paterson, Lawson is among the best-known Australian poets and fiction writers of the colonial period and is often called Australia's "greatest writer". He was the son of the poet, publisher and feminist Louisa Lawson.

Read more about Henry Lawson:  Early Life, Poetry and Prose Writing, Later Years, Honours, Posthumous Collections, Popular Poems, Short Stories and Sketches, Recurring Characters

Other articles related to "henry lawson, henry, lawson":

Bulletin Debate - Works of Poetry Involved in The Debate
... Publication Date Author Title 9 July 1892 Henry Lawson Borderland (retitled Up The Country) 23 July 1892 Banjo Paterson In Defence of the Bush 30 July 1892 Edward Dyson The Fact of the Matter 6 August 1892 Henry ... An Answer to Various Bards) 8 October 1892 Henry Lawson The Poets of the Tomb 20 October 1892 Banjo Paterson A Voice from the Town ...
List Of Years In Australian Literature - 20th Century - 1900s
1901 in literature - My Brilliant Career - Miles Franklin 'The Loaded Dog" - Henry Lawson 1900 in literature - Death of Charles De Boos Humorous Verses ...
1892 In Poetry - Works Published - Australia
... Publication Date Author Title 9 July 1892 Henry Lawson Borderland (retitled Up The Country) 23 July 1892 Banjo Paterson In Defence of the Bush 30 July ... Banjo Paterson In Answer to Various Bards (retitled An Answer to Various Bards) 8 October 1892 Henry Lawson The Poets of the Tomb 20 October 1894 Banjo ...
Fred J. Broomfield
1941) was English-born Australian writer, friend of Australian writer Henry Lawson and prominent co-member with him of the Dawn and Dusk Club which formed around ... has it that it was Broomfield who accepted Henry Lawson's first Bulletin contribution ... He defended Lawson in Henry Lawson and his Critics (1930) ...