Issue 25, Autumn 1996

Issue-25Volume 6 | Number 4 | Issue 25 | October 1996

 

David Caygill: Why do we leave so much to the centre?

Ken Arvidson: Lauris Edmond’s positive declaration

J G A Pocock: Te Kooti and the making of a new history

Mark Williams: A culture of two or more

David Grant: The game that made us what we are

Vincent O’Sullivan: The man who never quite left

David Eggleton on an enduring way of looking

Janet Wilson: Knox’s superb reconstructions

Lawrence Jones: Gee and Wilkins in apposition

Mac Jackson: McCormick’s non-fictional value

Heather Murray: Three clever, witty women

David Pearson: Not enough about the rich

Colin James: A small sideline on the poor

John Henderson: What Hager hasn’t told us

Neville Bennett: Hiding and hunting comms

Poem: Ken Arvidson

Poem: Adrienne Jansen

Letters: About Murray and Smither; and cultural statistics

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