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The Glugs of Gosh By C. J. Dennis C. J. Dennis
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C. J. Dennis was born in Auburn, South Australia. His father owned hotels in Auburn, and then later in Gladstone and Laura. His mother suffered ill health, so Clarrie (as he was known) was raised... More > initially by his great-aunts, then went away to school, Christian Brothers College, Adelaide as a teenager. At the age of 19 he was employed as a solicitor's clerk. It was while he was working in this job that, like banker's clerk Banjo Paterson before him, his first poem was published under the pseudonym "The Best of the Six".He later went on to publish in The Worker, under his own name,and as "Den", and in The Bulletin. His collected poetry was published by Angus & Robertson.< Less
A Book for Kids (Illustrated) By C. J. Dennis
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The Glugs of Gosh By C. J. Dennis
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C. J. Dennis was born in Auburn, South Australia. His father owned hotels in Auburn, and then later in Gladstone and Laura. His mother suffered ill health, so Clarrie (as he was known) was raised... More > initially by his great-aunts, then went away to school, Christian Brothers College, Adelaide as a teenager. At the age of 19 he was employed as a solicitor's clerk. It was while he was working in this job that, like banker's clerk Banjo Paterson before him, his first poem was published under the pseudonym "The Best of the Six". He later went on to publish in The Worker, under his own name,and as "Den", and in The Bulletin. His collected poetry was published by Angus & Robertson.< Less
THE GLUGS OF GOSH By C.J. DENNIS
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A fantasy story that leads children into the mysterious would of their imagination. Explore in the back garden and find the glog. Visit their world but don’t let them back into yours. You have... More > been warned.< Less
A Book for Kids By C. J. Dennis
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A very charming gentleman, as old as old could be, Stared a while, and glared a while, and then he said to me: "Read your books, and heed your books, and put your books away, For you will surely... More > need your books upon a later day." And then he wheezed and then he sneezed, and gave me such a look. And he said, "Mark--ME--boy! Be careful of your book."< Less
THE GLUGS OF GOSH By C.J. DENNIS
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A fantasy story that leads children into the mysterious would of their imagination. Explore in the back garden and find the glog. Visit their world but don’t let them back into yours. You have... More > been warned.< Less
The Glugs of Gosh By C. J. (Clarence James) Dennis
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis, better known as C. J.... More > Dennis, (7 September 1876 – 22 June 1938) was an Australian poet known for his humorous poems, especially "The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke", published in the early 20th century. Though Dennis's work is less well known today, his 1916 publication of The Sentimental Bloke sold 65,000 copies in its first year, and by 1917 he was the most prosperous poet in Australian history.Together with Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson, both of whom he collaborated with, he is often considered among Australia's three most famous poets.When he died at the age of 61, the Prime Minister of Australia Joseph Lyons suggested he was destined to be remembered as the "Australian Robert Burns".C. J. Dennis was born in Auburn, South Australia. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._J._Dennis< Less
A Book for Kids By C. J. (Clarence James) Dennis
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis, better known as C. J.... More > Dennis, (7 September 1876 – 22 June 1938) was an Australian poet known for his humorous poems, especially "The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke", published in the early 20th century. Though Dennis's work is less well known today, his 1916 publication of The Sentimental Bloke sold 65,000 copies in its first year, and by 1917 he was the most prosperous poet in Australian history.Together with Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson, both of whom he collaborated with, he is often considered among Australia's three most famous poets.When he died at the age of 61, the Prime Minister of Australia Joseph Lyons suggested he was destined to be remembered as the "Australian Robert Burns".C. J. Dennis was born in Auburn, South Australia. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._J._Dennis< Less
The Return of the Dananites, and How They Changed the World By Dennis J. Foley
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The 'August' 8th' Dynasty of the Achou of Egypt, founded in the 25th C.B.C., departed to China post 2380 B.C.. There in harmony with the related Horus Shang dynasty and kingdom, Chou ruled parts of... More > China to the 3rd C.B.C.! In a time of great up heaval in the 11th C.B.C., the kingdom moved east to the coast, leaving the western kingdom of Chou Ba ('She Ba'). In this time of the 1020s B.C. when the emperor was dead and the Vizier Duke Dan protected the throne and realm for his son, Dan sent his two twin sons back to the west to establish the ancient silk, silver, and salt trade, and net work of city states in the west. The two sons of Dan were named Pele Seti and Ochy Och. Pele Seti emerges in history as Pharaoh Seti 1st, father of Ram Seti or 'Ramses' 11nd., Ochy Och conquers Greece and fathers Mac Och, 'Achilles', the Danovous 'Warrior Priest King',David of Bible lore...< Less
The Return of the Dananites and How They Changed the World By Dennis J. Foley
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The August 8th Dynasty of the Achou of Egypt, founded in the 25th C.B.C., departed to China post 2380 B.C.. In a time of great up heaval in the 11th C.B.C., the Chou or Zhou kingdom moved east to the... More > coast, leaving the western kingdom of Chou Ba ('She Ba'). In the 1020s B.C. when the emperor was dead, Duke Dan the head of the King's Guard, protected the throne and realm for his son. Dan sent his two twin sons back to the west, to reestablish the silk, silver, and salt trade, and net work of city states. The two sons of Dan were named Pele Seti and Ochy Och, after great Dananite ancestors. Pele Seti emerged in history again, as Pharaoh Seti 1st, father of Ram Seti or 'Ramses' 11nd. And today, the Greeks carry the name of his brother, Ochy Och (Ogy Og)! Ochy Och died while trying to establish his Chou Dan (Jordan) kingdom in what is now Israel. His son, the grand son of Duke Dan of Chou Dan was a trained warrior priest king, a Danovous..< Less

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