Issue 31 Spring 1997

Volume 7 | Number 5 | Issue 31 | Spring 1997

 

Issue-31Harry Orsman’s NZ English

Curnow at the “utmost reach of his power”

Mark Williams admires Lloyd Jones’s magic realism

Sharon Crosbie storms up on cooks

Alan Riach assesses the Manhire school

Wendy Pond challenges historians’ grip on the treaty

David Eggleton on two Maori retrospectives

Nicholas Reid reels through our forgotten silver

Brian Turner’s autobiography

Gregory O’Brien on folk art

Andy Dennis on a new bird guide

Harvey McQueen turns over a new crop

John Halligan looks into the passion for contracts

Diane Hebley scans the year’s children’s books

Alan Loney sizes up a book Guide

Heather Murray on Mansfield’s notebooks

Jane Stafford on poets making a difference

Kim Worthington on new novels

Anne French on short stories

Colin James asks: are we all pluralists now?

Paul Goldsmith on Jones on Muldoon

Janet Hughes wonders about vows

Bryan Gilling on a biblical history

Diana Bridge on two Himalayan helpers

Ramesh Thakur on our Asian aspect

Editorial

Letters

Poem: Kapka Kassabova

Poem: John O’Connor

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