Henry Lawson Quote

The children are taught more of the meanest state in Europe than of the country they are born and bred in, despite the singularity of its characteristics, the interest of its history, the rapidity of its advance, and the stupendous promise of its future.


A Camp-fire Yarn: Henry Lawson Complete Works 1885-1900 (ed. 1984)

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The children are taught more of the meanest state in Europe than of the country they are born and bred in, despite the singularity of its...

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The children are taught more of the meanest state in Europe than of the country they are born and bred in, despite the singularity of its...

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The children are taught more of the meanest state in Europe than of the country they are born and bred in, despite the singularity of its...

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The children are taught more of the meanest state in Europe than of the country they are born and bred in, despite the singularity of its...