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After a tedious flight

DMI number:
30864
First Line:
After a tedious flight
Last Line:
And sisters without end
Poem Genre / Form:
Alternate rhyme [ababcdcd...] and Fable
Themes:
Animals[duck dog water spaniel swan] and Politics
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Author:
John Hall-Stevenson
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Forster (1980): 66. Hall-Stevenson (1795) I: 73-78.
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The humours of the times [T100962] [ECCO]
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pp.261-266
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Fable VII. The Wild-Ducks and Water-Spaniel.
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By J. H. S. Esq.
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Not attributed
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pp.144-148
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pp.135-139
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Title:
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Page No(s):
pp.36-40
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Fable VII. The Wild Ducks and the Water Spaniel.
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Attributed To:
John Hall-Stevenson