Henry Lawson was a ‘bush poet’ and writer from the 1880s. One of a number of writers that were focusing on the Australian experience and fostering a pride and understanding of the emerging Australian identity. Today’s episode looks at Henry’s complicated life, and the times in which he was writing.
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REFERENCES: Ep 44 Henry Lawson
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