Strew Roses in the Abbey: An Ode to the Memory of Charles Dickens

By: Hume, Alexander Wellington

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Australia: Smith & Paterson, 1970. Linen paperboards. Very Good throughout in v. lightly rubbed covers. sm 4to. line drawings. Illustrated linen paperboards; b&w line drawings; originally written in 1870 to mark the death of Charles Dickens, this is a 100 year commemorative volume containing the Ode itself, and various short prose pieces about Dickens, and about the author and his family. Foreword by Australian poet A.K. Thomson; this volume contains a presentation page, inscribed by Sid Hume (then president of the Writer's Guild of Queensland, and grandson of the author of the Ode) as a complimentary copy to Clem Lack, then Lord Mayor of Brisbane.

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