Adam Lindsay Gordon


Adam Lindsay Gordon
Adam Lindsay Gordon - Melbourne monument::
Life is mainly froth and bubble
Two things stand like stone —
Kindness in another’s trouble.
Courage in your own.

Adam Lindsay Gordon, (19 octobre 1833 - 24 juin 1870) était un poète, jockey et homme politique australien célèbre au XIXe siècle. Auteur des ballades de la vitalité et de poésies imitant les styles romantique et victorien[1], il est commémoré au Coin des poètes, à l'Abbaye de Westminster[2].

Publications

  • "The Sick Stockrider" (1870)
  • "The Swimmer" (c. 1881)
  • "A Song of Autumn"

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