The Far Future”

TitleThe Far Future”
Year for Search1859
Authors[Kendall], [Thomas Henry](1841-82)
Tertiary AuthorsKendall, E. H.
Secondary TitleThe Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope
Pagination475
Date PublishedNovember 5, 1859
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

Australia as a future eutopia. Ends with the note “I hope the above will not be considered disloyal. It is but reasonable to imagine that Australia will in the far future become an independent nation — that imagination springing as it does from a native-born Australian’s brain.” 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Poems of Henry Kendall (Sydney, NSW, Australis: Angus & Robertson, 1920), 243-44. Rpt. in Selected Poems of Henry Kendall With Biographical and Critical Introduction by T. Inglis Moore (Sydney, NSW, Australia: Angus and Robertson, 1957), 190. A critical ed. is The Poetical Works of Henry Kendall. Ed. T. T. Reed (Adelaide, SA, Australia: Libraries Board of South Australia, 1966), 155-56.

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Author Note

Australian author (1841-82)

Full Text

1859 [Kendall, Thomas Henry] (1841-82). “The Far Future.” By E. H. Kendall. The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope (November 5, 1859): 475. Rpt. in The Poems of Henry Kendall (Sydney, NSW, Australis: Angus & Robertson, 1920), 243-44. Rpt. in Selected Poems of Henry Kendall With Biographical and Critical Introduction by T. Inglis Moore (Sydney, NSW, Australia: Angus and Robertson, 1957), 190. A critical ed. is The Poetical Works of Henry Kendall. Ed. T. T. Reed (Adelaide, SA, Australia: Libraries Board of South Australia, 1966), 155-56. L, NLS, PSt

Australia as a future eutopia. Ends with the note “I hope the above will not be considered disloyal. It is but reasonable to imagine that Australia will in the far future become an independent nation — that imagination springing as it does from a native-born Australian’s brain.” Australian author.