Issue 20, Summer 1995

Issue 20Volume 5 | Number 4 | Issue 20

Editorial, October 1995

Letters

Hugh Roberts: Sam Neill and Judy Rymer, Cinema of Unease

Heather Murray: Elspeth Sandys, River Lines; Marilyn Duckworth, Leather Wings; Sheridan Keith, Zoology; and Barbara Anderson, The House Guest

Kim Worthington: Janette Sinclair, In Touch; Renée, Does This Make Sense to You?; Kirsty Gunn, Rain; Debra Daley, The Strange Letter Z; Lindsey Dawson, Angel Baby; and Rosie Scott, Movie Dreams

Harvey McQueen: Ray Hargreaves and Peter Holland (eds), The Duel on the Creek: and other tales of Victorian New Zealand

Judith Holloway: David Hill, Take it Easy, Kick Back, Curtain Up, and See Ya, Simon

Miria Simpson: Kathie Irwin and Irihapeti Ramsden (eds), Toi Wahine – The Worlds of Maori Women

Bill Sewell: Riemke Ensing, Dear Mr Sargeson and Like I Have Seen the Dark Green Ladder Climbing; WH Oliver and Anne Munz, Bodily Presence; Llewelyn Richards, 60; Peter Jacobson, The Unfashionable Goddess

David Eggleton: Alan Riach, Last Songs; and Albert Wendt, Photographs

Brian Turner: Sam Hunt, Down the Backbone; and Gary McCormick, Lost at Sea

Dinah Hawken: The Lake (a poem)

Vincent O’Sullivan: The Cheyenne Party (a poem)

Stuart Murray: Mark Williams and Michele Leggott, Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand writing; Ralph J Crane (ed), Ending the Silences: Critical Essays on the Works of Maurice Shadbolt; Lawrence Jones and Heather Murray (eds), Journal of New Zealand Literature 12

Lydia Wevers: The history of the book in New Zealand conference, 1995 (essay)

Janet Wilson: Conference on Mikhail Bakhtin (1895-1995) (essay)

Lauris Edmond: Peta Mathias, Fête Accomplie a New Zealander’s Culinary Romance

Margaret Clark: Ruth Richardson, Making a Difference

Simon Upton: Michael Bassett, Coates of Kaipara

Len Richardson: Erik Olssen, Building the New World: Work, Politics and Society in Caversham, 1880s-1920s

Margaret Tennant: Claire Toynbee, Her Work and His. Family, Kin and Community in New Zealand 1900-1930

Katherine Findlay: Sheryl Jennings, The Middle Bridge: A New Zealand childhood; Kim McGregor, Warriors of Truth: Adult Survivors Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse; Kay Douglas, Invisible Wounds: A Self-help Guide for New Zealand Women in Destructive Relationships; William Brandt and Miranda Harcourt, Verbatim

Les Cleveland: Sik Hung Ng, You Are Too Old to Drive Dear: Elderspeak and Ageism in an Ageing Society; Anne Opie, Beyond Good Intentions: Support Work with Older People; Gary Courtenay with Sue Walter and KJ Smith, 100 Years Young – How to Live to a Ripe Old Age in Spite of Your Doctor; Jacques Vannoort, Surviving Retirement – Protecting the Rights of Older Adults; Anne Gluckman and Mary Tagg, Ageing is Attitude; Noel Whittaker and Roger Moses, Living Well in Retirement

Dugald McDonald: Robyn Munford and Mary Nash (eds), Social work in action

John Martin: Robert Blank, New Zealand Health Policy: A Comparative Study; Mason Durie, Whaiora: Maori Health Development; Margaret Tennant, Children’s Health, the Nation’s Wealth: A history of Children’s Health Camps

Ben Gray: Peter L Schwartz, Christopher J Heath and Anthony G Egan, The Art of the Possible

Neil James: John Tiffin and Lalita Rajasingham, In Search of the Virtual Class

Colin Knox: David Parker and Ralph Stacey, Chaos, Management and Economics

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