The land lies desolate and stripped; Across its waste has thinly strayed A tattered host of eucalypt. From whose gaunt uniform is made A ragged penury of shade.
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|Death:||4th March, 1936|
|Profession:||Journalist, Novelist, Playwright, Poet|
Arthur Henry Adams was born in Lawrence, New Zealand. He was a journalist and author. He started his career in New Zealand, though he spent most of it in Australia, and for a short time resided in China and London. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and began studying law. He then abandoned law to become a journalist in Wellington, where he began contributing poetry to The Bulletin, a Sydney periodical. He would later return to New Zealand before moving to London in 1902, where he published several works including The Nazarene and London Streets, a collection of poems. Adams returned to Australia in 1906, he took over from A. G. Stephens as editor of the Bulletin's Red Page until 1909. In addition to his poetry, Adams wrote both plays and novels. His most successful play was Mrs. Pretty and the Premier, which was produced in 1914 by the Melbourne Repertory Theatre.
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