Issue 35 — Summer 1998

Issue-35Volume 8 | Number 4 | Issue 35 | October 1998

 

Anne French: Rachel McAlpine, The Passionate Pen: New Zealand’s romance writers

Margaret Wilson: Elsie Locke and Jacquie Matthews (eds), Stick Out, Keep Left: an autobiography by Margaret Thorn; Maureen Birchfield, She Dared to Speak – Connie Birchfield’s Story

Alistair Shaw: Michael Peters (ed), Cultural Politics and the University in Aotearoa/ New Zealand; Sholeh A Maani, Investing in Minds: the Economics of Higher Education in New Zealand

Paula Boock: Elizabeth Knox: Tawa

Kathryn Walls: Diane Hebley, The Power of Place: Landscape in New Zealand

Children’s Fiction

Denis Welch: Pat Evison, Happy Days in Muckle Flugga

Christina Barton: Justin Paton, Don Peebles: The Harmony of Opposites

Richard Smith: Rob Jackaman, Buried Ships: Poems new and unpublished

Keith Maslen: Annie & Harold Beauchamp, A Shipboard Diary

Elisabeth McDonald: AP Simester and Warren Brookbanks, Principles of Criminal Law; Adams on Criminal Law (2ed)

Nicholas Reid: Peter Hawes, Playing Waterloo; Stephanie Johnson, The Whistler

Bernard Kernot: Anne Salmond, Between Worlds: Early Exchanges Between Maori and Europeans 1773-1815

Bill Sewell: Philip Temple (ed), Lake, mountain, tree: an anthology of writing on New Zealand nature and landscape

Steve Hoadley: Nicholas Tarling, Nations and States in Southeast Asia; RF Watters and TG McGee (eds), Asia Pacific: New Geographies of the Pacific Rim

Warren Young: Peter Williams, A Passion for Justice

Miranda Johnson: Roma Potiki, Shaking the Tree; Julie Leibrich, The Paper Road; Vivienne Jepsen (ed), the ordinary magic

Vivienne Jepsen: Annamarie Jagose, Lulu: a romance; Raewyn Alexander, Concrete

Charles Ferrall interviews Les Murray

Chris Elder: Mervyn Cull, The Foreign Expert: A New Zealand Journalist in China

Elizabeth Caffin: Anne Kennedy, A Boy and his Uncle; Emily Perkins, Leave Before You Go

Tim Beaglehole: Peter & Dianne Beatson (eds), Dear Peggy: Letters to Margaret Garland from her New Zealand Friends

Peter Munz: The idea of the university in a free market society (comment)

Editorial, October 1998

Letters, October 1998

Kate Camp: Personal effects (a poem)

Brian Turner: Illuminaries, Otago (a poem)

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