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Mapping the Godzone: A Primer on New Zealand Literature and Culture

William John Schafer - History - 1998 - 197 pages
An American describes New Zealand literature, culture, and film, and compares and contrasts them with those of the United States
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Contemporary Issues in Australian Literature

David Callahan - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 183 pages
Issues dealt with in this volume include the tensions between literary and cultural studies, indigenous autobiography, postcolonial nostalgia, masculinity, the placing of ...
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Henry Handel Richardson: A Life

Michael Ackland - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 326 pages
Henry Handel Richardson is celebrated for her classic Australian novels The Getting of Wisdom and The Fortunes of Richard Mahony, yet her own life-story is still to be fully ...
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Lord of the Panther Skin

Shota Rustaveli - Biography & Autobiography - 1977 - 240 pages
This classic medieval romance of chivalry by an outstanding figure in a brilliant period of Georgian literature has affinities with both the Persian tradition and that of the West.
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The Word, the Pen, and the Pistol: Literature and Power in Tahiti

Robert Nicole - History - 2001 - 230 pages
This postcolonial study explores the Western myth of Tahiti as a paradise, as well as the complex and diverse ways the Maohi people have responded to this myth.
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Writers in Residence: A Journey with Pioneer New Zealand Writers

Jenny Robin Jones - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 314 pages
This is a book about nineteenth-century New Zealand writers, which Presenting in human terms what it meant to be a writer in a strange new land, this text is a study of 19th ...
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Writing Along Broken Lines: Violence and Ethnicity in Contemporary Maori Fiction

Otto Heim - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 247 pages
Covering the two decades from 1972, Swiss scholar Otto Heim presents detailed readings of the novels and short fiction by Heretaunga Pat Baker, Alan Duff, Patricia Grace, Keri ...
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