Pavlova Paradise Revisited: A Guide to the Strange But Endearing Land where Kiwis Live
Book written to accompany the television documentary, Pavlova Paradise Revisited in which Austin Mitchell revisits New Zealand, the country he first dissected in the bestselling, The Half-gallon Quarter-acre Pavlova Paradise, written thirty years ago in 1972. Austin's commentary is lively and penetrating as he reports on how much or how little New Zealand has changed since his last visit. Text is supplemented with colour photographs of some of the people interviewed for the book, and some of the places Austin visited.
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