James Green


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(1864–1948), born Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, was ordained a Methodist minister in 1893 and served as a chaplain with the Australian Bushmen's contingents in the Boer War and later with the Australian forces in the First World War. His publications include poetry, The Story of the Australian Bushmen (1903), News from No Man's Land (1917), The Angels of Mons (1921) and a collection of religious meditations, From My Hospital Window (1935). His fiction includes The Selector (1907) and The Lost Echo (1910).

From The Oxford Companion to Australian Literature in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Literature.

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