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Henry Lawson

Australian colonial period writer and poet who’s known for Independence over the Wallaby and various other works. He’s considered Australia’s most significant writer of brief stories. He experienced an ear an infection in 1876 that triggered him to reduce his hearing by enough time he was fourteen. Ten years later, he released his initial poem, “A Melody from the Republic.” His picture appeared on the 1949 Australian postage stamp. He wed Bertha Bredt and acquired a kid and a little girl. Sadly, his problems with alcoholism resulted in the collapse of his relationship. He was a modern of Banjo Paterson.

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