Issue 22, Winter 1996

Issue 22 Winter 1996

Issue 22, Winter 1996

Letters, March 1996

Jane Stafford: Who we are not like

Hugh Roberts: An appreciation of Allen Curnow

Bill Sewell: Hans Magnus Enzensberger: poet and commentator

Mac Jackson: Ian Wedde, How to be Nowhere: Essays and Texts 1971-1994

John Roberts: Janet Paul and John Mansfield Thomson, Landmarks in New Zealand Publishing: Blackwood and Janet Paul, 1945-1968; Rachel Barrowman, The Turnbull: A Library and its World

Harry Ricketts: Dinah Hawken, Water, Leaves, Stones

Alan Loney: David Eggleton, Empty Orchestra

Denis Welch: The Life (a poem)

Brian Turner: Dignitary (a poem)

Howard Warner: Fergus Barrowman (ed), The Picador Book of Contemporary New Zealand Fiction; Lawrence Jones and Heather Murray (eds), From the Mainland: An Anthology of South Island Writing

David Mackay and Lydia Wevers: Gabriel de Foigny, The Southern Land, Known; David Fausett, Writing the New World: Imaginary Voyages and Utopias of the Great Southern Land

Ruth Butterworth: Mark Williams (ed), The Source of the Song. New Zealand Writers on Catholicism

Nicholas Reid: Brian Davis, The Way Ahead: Anglican Change and Prospect in New Zealand

Colin James: Pauline O’Regan, There is Hope for a Tree

Howard Warner: Jeff Grant, The Dictionary of Two-Letter Words in English

John Thomson: David Jillett, Malvina: A Biography of Dame Malvina Major; Ano Hato raua ko Deane Waretini, Legendary recordings 1927-1949; Giacomo Puccini, Madam Butterfly

Colin James: Hugh Templeton, All Honourable Men: Inside the Muldoon cabinet 1975-1984; Bryan Gould, Goodbye to All That; Richard Prebble, I’ve Been Thinking

Gary Hawke: Francis Castles, Rolf Gerritsen and Jack Vowles (eds), The Great Experiment: Labour Parties and Public Policy Transformation in Australia and New Zealand; Jane Kelsey, The New Zealand Experiment

Christopher Pugsley: Les Cleveland, Dark Laughter: War in Song and Popular Culture; Alison Parr, Silent Casualties: New Zealand’s Unspoken Legacy of the Second World War; Terry Vaughan, Whistle As You Go: The story of the Kiwi Concert Party

Piet de Jong: Claudia Bell and John Lyall, Putting our Town on the Map: Local Claims to Fame in New Zealand

Diana Bridge: Tom Newnham, New Zealand Women in China

Bill Oliver: Hineani Melbourne, Maori Sovereignty: the Maori Perspective; Carol Archie, Maori Sovereignty: the Pakeha Perspective; Wira Gardiner, Return to Sender: what really happened at the fiscal envelope hui; The Crown’s Proposals on Treaty Claims involving Public Works Acquisitions

Bill Southworth: David Robie (ed), Mass Media in the Pacific – Nius Bilong Pasifik; Liam Jeory and Cameron Bennett, Foreign Correspondents

Nigel Roberts: Robert Mads Anderson, To Everest via Antarctica; Robert Mads Anderson, 7 Summits Solo

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