Issue 71 Spring 2005

 

Issue 71 Spring 2005Volume 15 | Number 3 | Issue 71 | Spring 2005

Les Cleveland: Deborah Montgomerie, Love in Time of War: Letter Writing in the Second World War; Matthew Wright, Freyberg’s War: The Man, the Legend, the Reality; Matthew Wright, Western Front: The New Zealand Division in the First World War 1916-18; Jonathan King and Michael Bowers, Gallipoli: Untold Stories from War Correspondent Charles Bean and Frontline Anzacs; Pat White, Gallipoli: In Search of a Family Story; Megan Hutching (ed) with Ian McGibbon, The Desert Road: New Zealanders Remember the North African Campaign

Books for Christmas

Letters

Susan Fowke: Carol Archie, Skin to Skin: Intimate, True Stories of Maori-Pakeha Relationships

Bronwyn Dalley: Janine Hayward and Nicola R Wheen (eds), The Waitangi Tribunal/Te Roopu Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi; Richard S Hill, State Authority, Indigenous Autonomy: Crown-Maori Relations in New Zealand/Aotearoa 1900–1950

Roger Blackley: Michael Dunn, Nerli: An Italian Painter in the South Pacific

Linda Burgess: Trish Dunleavy, Ourselves in Primetime: A History of New Zealand Television Drama

Paul Millar: Peter Simpson (ed), Nine New Zealand Novellas

Alice Te Punga Somerville & Tony Simpson: Patrick Snedden, Pakeha and the Treaty: Why It’s Our Treaty Too

Paul Morris: Juliet Batten, Celebrating the Southern Seasons: Rituals for Aotearoa; Samuel Timoti Robinson, Tohunga: The Revival of Ancient Knowledge for the Modern Era

Barry Gustafson: David Lange, My Life

Michael Hulse: Bill Manhire, Lifted

Vivienne Jepsen: Gillian Ranstead, A Red Silk Sea; Katy Robinson, The Linoleum Room; Tracey Slaughter, Her Body Rises: Stories and Poems

Ian Robertson: Glenn Busch, Bruce Connew (eds) with Uiga Bashford, Maria Buhrkuhl, Hanne Johnsen, Dean Kozanic, Tim Veling, My Place; Rebecca Swan, Assume Nothing

Janet Hughes: Ian Wedde, Three Regrets and a Hymn to Beauty; Gregory O’Brien, Afternoon of an Evening Train; Hone Tuwhare, Oooooo…..!!!; Brian Turner, Footfall; Robert Sullivan, Voice Carried My Family

Brigid Lowry: Bernard Beckett and Clare Knighton, Deep Fried; Penelope Todd, Box; Jill Harris, Sil

Tom Brooking: Judith Binney, The Legacy of Guilt: A Life of Thomas Kendall

Giselle Byrnes: Janet Holm, Caught Mapping: The Life and Times of New Zealand’s Early Land Surveyors

Bernard Gadd: “Another creative prelude” (poem)

Vincent O’Sullivan: “Preserving the steely sadness” (Byline)

Tim Hazledine: “Slow readers” (Comment)

 

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