In the glass case: essays on New Zealand literature

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Auckland University Press, 1981 - Literary Criticism - 293 pages
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Contents

Introduction
9
What is Fiction? 1966
17
The Art of theFiction 1977
29
Copyright

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JSTOR: In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature
In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature. By ck STEAD. Auckland: Auckland University Press; Oxford: Oxford University Press. I98I. 293 pp. ...
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... and these writings were collected as In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature (1981). A later collection, Answering to the Language (1989), ...
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Jacket 22 - John Newton reviews "Kin of Place" by ck Stead
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The New Poetic (1964) Shakespeare: Measure for measure (1971) (see William Shakespeare) In the Glass Case: Essays On New Zealand Literature (1981) ...
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... `Preliminary: From Wystan to Carlos: Modern and Modernism in Recent New Zealand Poetry', in In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature, pp. ...
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About the author (1981)

Carl Stead is a critic, editor, poet, novelist, and educator. He is from New Zealand. Stead was a professor of English at Auckland University and served on the New Zealand Literary Fund Advisory Committee. He was given a third place Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award in 1972 for Smith's Dream. He won a New Zealand Book Award in Poetry in 1976 for Quesada and a New Zealand Book Award in Fiction for The Singing Whakapapa in 1995. Stead is the only person to have won the New Zealand Book Award for both poetry and fiction.

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