Scented gardens for the blind: a novel

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G. Braziller, 1980 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Recipient of the prestigious Commonwealth Writers Prize in 1989, Janet Frame has long been admired for her startlingly original prose and formidable imagination. A native of New Zealand, she is the author of eleven novels, four collections of stories, a volume of poetry, a children's book, and her heartfelt and courageous autobiography -- all published by George Braziller. This fall, we celebrate our thirty-ninth year of publishing Frame's extraordinary writing.

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I happened upon a movie called "An Angel at my Table", an emotionally moving biography about author Janet Frame, growing up in New Zealand. Following is a clip of the movie (I highly recommend): http ... Read full review

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Scented Gardens for the Blind (work by Frame) -- Britannica Online ...
Faces in the Water (1961), The Edge of the Alphabet (1962), Snowman, Snowman: Fables and Fantasies (1963), Scented Gardens for the Blind (1963), ... eb/ topic-526928/ Scented-Gardens-for-the-Blind

Scented Gardens for the Blind - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scented Gardens for the Blind (1975) is the second album by New Zealand based Dragon before they moved to Australia. The title of New Zealand author Janet ... wiki/ Scented_Gardens_for_the_Blind

The New Zealand Edge : Heroes : Writers : Janet Frame :
Her time in London was to be highly productive and when she returned to NZ in 1963 she had completed Faces in the Water, Scented Gardens for the Blind and ... heroes/ frame.html

FRAME, Janet
Scented Gardens for the Blind followed in 1963. In that same year two collections of stories were published: The Reservoir: Stories and Sketches was ... writers/ framej.html

Janet Frame - NZ Literature File - LEARN - The University Of ...
Delbaere-Garant, J. 'Beyond the word: Janet Frame's Scented Gardens for the Blind.' In: The Commonwealth Writer Overseas: themes of exile and expatriation. ... lbr/ nzp/ nzlit2/ frame.htm

Dr. Cluthaís Book of the World: Janet Paterson Frame, 1924-2004
In Chapter Fifteen of Scented Gardens for the Blind she slips in a description of her Aunt Dolly and the auntís St. Kilda home; in 1965 that same auntís son ... research/ pde3.htm

Janet Frame
Scented Gardens for the Blind, like most of Frame's early works, utilizes a first-person protagonist, in this case Vera. Vera's daughter Erlene has become ... PM.qst?a=o& se=gglsc& d=5006703613

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Erlene's adamantine silence at its centre, Scented Gardens for the Blind (1964) rejects the. hermeneutic endeavour, exemplified by Patrick Evans' critical ... bitstream/ 10179/ 145/ 1/ viewcontent.pdf

CACLALS Conferences
In Atwood's Surfacing and Frame's Scented Gardens for the Blind, the map and the discursive practices it embodies are resisted as authoritative metaphor and ... CACLALS/ chimo14.html

Catalog -- Results of Search for Frame Janet
Scented gardens for the blind ; and, The adaptable man / - Vintage, ; Auckland, nz : - 526 p. ; ; 21 cm. Frame, Janet. ... cgi-bin/ koha/ and_or=and& excluding=& ope...

About the author (1980)

Award-winning author Janet Frame was a New Zealand novelist, short-story writer, and poet. Her memoir An Angel at My Table was adapted into a movie by Jane Campion. Frame died in 2004.

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