A Dissolving Ghost: Essays and More
Margaret Mahy is known throughout New Zealand as a brilliant and prolific children's writer. Less widely known but equally remarkable are her commentaries on fiction, writing and the imagination. The sense of delight and careful attention which she brings to the writing of others has germinated many astute and fascinating talks and essays which are collected here for the first time.
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