The book of Iris: a life of Robin Hyde
Auckland University Press, Jun 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 778 pages
"Brilliant, beautiful, difficult and doomed, Iris Wilkinson (known as the writer Robin Hyde) led a short, tumultuous and incredibly productive life"--Jkt.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
A. R. D. Fairburn anyhow Auckland Auckland Star beautiful blue bombing Brasch Carvic Castor Bay Charles Brasch child China Chinese Christchurch Cresswell Denis Glover Derek despite Downie Stewart Dr Tothill Dragon Rampant dream editor England English eyes feel Frank Sargeson friends garden girl Gloria Godwits Fly Gwen Hankow Harry hope hospital Hsuchow Hutson Ibid Iris Wilkinson Iris wrote Iris's IW to JHES Japanese John journal Journalese journalist later Lawlor Letter IW literary living London look Maori Marris mother Nelly never night Orakei paper Passport to Hell perhaps poems poet poetry published R. A. K. Mason Rawlinsons Robin Hyde Rosalie Schroder seemed Shanghai soldiers story talk things thought told verse walked Wanganui Wednesday's Children week Wellington woman women write written young Zealand