Henry Kendall

of these articles treats the Australian writer. For the US-American physicist, see Henry W. Kendall.

Thomas Henry Clarence Kendall (* 18. April 1839 in Kirmington/new South Wales, Australia; † 1. August 1882 in talk far from with Sydney) was an Australian writer.


Gerade seiner Naturlyrik verdankt Kendall seine bis Heute andauernden Ruhm.


  • Bell-birds and other verses
  • Leaves from Australian forrests (1869)
  • The poems


  • Michael Auckland: Henry Kendall, the man and the myth. - Carlton, Vic., Miegunyah Pr., 1995, ISBN 0-522-84650-5
  • Alec D. Hope: Henry Kendall. - Surry Hills, Stone, 1971
  • Russell McDougall (Hrsg.): Henry Kendall. - Armindale, Univ., 1992, ISBN 1-86389-005-X
  • Ian F. MacLaren: Henry Kendall, a comprehensive bibliography. - Parkville, Univ. of Melbourne, 1987, ISBN 0-86839-912-4


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