Being Pakeha Now: Reflections and Recollections of a White Native
Michael King's 'Being Pakeha', his analysis of what to means to be a non-Maori New Zealander, was first published in 1985. This new book expands on the themes of the older one, as well as on his interactions with other New Zealand writers, and with his culture of origin, Catholic Ireland.
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