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Edited by Hoskins, Polly; Other primary creator Hoskins, Robert
Ngaio Marsh's 1943 Hamlet production typescript is reproduced here for the first time, together with Douglas Lilburn's especially commissioned incidental music score. An introduction by Polly Hoskins examines the staging of the production and the wartime context in which the play ...
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By McMillan, Frankie
The eagerly awaited new collection from award-winning author Frankie McMillan. The work features stories that globe trot all over the planet: from Russia to America to New Zealand. They are laugh-out-loud, surreal, bizarre and full of perceptiveness about human vulnerability and ...
By Robinson, Roger
In a unique cross-over of literature, history and autobiography, `When Running Made History' is a superb depiction of the modern running movement.
Edited by Tremewan, Peter; Larcombe, Giselle
This is the first full English translation of the surviving Mangakahia journals and letters of French Marist priest Father Antoine Garin. Frank, open-minded and often humorous, Garin's diary is a major contribution to the early history of European settlement in Aotearoa and a com ...
By Ardagh, Michael; Deely, Joanne
Based on interviews with those who lived and worked through the 2011 Canterbury earthquakes, and the authors' own experiences, `Rising from the Rubble' gives a compelling account of those who rallied to maintain and rebuild essential health services after the earthquakes.
Edited by Grimshaw, Mike
Prior's letters have been transcribed and annotated for this volume by early Prior scholar Mike Grimshaw. An essay by Mike Grimshaw and an introduction by Prior expert Jack Copeland provide further context, including a brief introduction to tense logic.
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