Leonard Mann

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This article is about the writer. For the actor, see Leonard Mann (actor).

Leonard Mann (15 November 1895 – 29 April 1981) was an Australian poet, and novelist.[1]


He served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I, and with the Department of Aircraft Production in World War II.[2]




  • Elegiac, and other poems. Cheshire. 1957. 
  • The delectable mountains and other poems. Angus and Robertson. 1944. 
  • Poems from the mask. Hawthorn Press. 1941. 
  • The plumed voice: poems. Angus & Robertson. 1938. 


  • Flesh in Armour (1932)
  • Human Drift. Angus and Robertson. 1935. 
  • A Murder in Sydney. Jonathan Cape. 1937. 
  • Mountain Flat. Jonathan Cape. 1939. 
  • The Go-Getter. Angus and Robertson. 1942. 
  • Andrea Caslin. Jonathan Cape. 1959. 
  • Venus Half-Caste. Hodder and Stoughton. 1963. 


  • Jennifer Strauss, ed. (1993). The Oxford book of Australian love poems. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-553297-5. 


External links[edit]

  • ["Remembering the war: Australian novelists in the interwar years.", Australian Literary Studies]