Arthur Bayldon

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Arthur Bayldon
Born Arthur Albert Dawson Bayldon
20 March 1865
Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Died 26 September 1958
Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation writer
Language English
Nationality English/Australian
Years active 1887 - 1932

Arthur Bayldon (20 March 1865 – 26 September 1958) was an English-born Australian poet.

Bayldon was born in 1865, at Leeds, England. He emigrated to Australia in 1889. He was a professional athlete as well as a poet.

He died in 1958, aged 93.

Bibliography[edit]

Poetry collections[edit]

  • Lays and Lyrics (1887)
  • Poems (1897)
  • The Western Track and Other Verses (1905)
  • The Eagles : Collected Poems of Arthur Bayldon (1921)
  • Apollo in Australia; and Bush Verses (1944)

Short story collection[edit]

  • The Tragedy Behind the Curtain and Other Stories (1910)