Issue 75 Spring 2006

 

Issue 75 Spring 2006Volume 16 | Number 3 | Issue 75 | Spring 2006

Brian Turner: Geoff Park, Theatre Country: Essays on Landscape and Whenua

Editorial: “The importance of being earnest”

Letters

Kerry Popplewell: “Reading The Master” (poem)

Mary Varnham: Edmund Bohan, The House of Reed 1907-1983: Great Days in New Zealand Publishing; Ian Dougherty, Books and Boots: The Story of New Zealand Publisher, Writer and Long Distance Walker Alfred Hamish Reed

Garth Baker: Philip Simpson, Pohutukawa and Rata: New Zealand’s Iron-hearted Trees

Anna Rogers: Witi Ihimaera, The Rope of Man

Catharina van Bohemen: Sue Emms, Come Yesterday; Rhonda Bartle, The Lie of the Land; Ted Dawe, K Road

Damien Wilkins: Nigel Cox (tribute)

David Larsen: Linda Niccol, The Geometry of Desire; Carl Nixon, Fish’n’Chip Shop Song and Other Stories

Gerry Evans: Ian F Grant, Between the Lines: A Cartoon Century of New Zealand Political History, 1906-2005

Murray Bramwell: Jan Kemp, Dante’s Heaven; Kate Camp, Beauty Sleep; Anna Jackson, The Gas Leak

Paola Bilbrough: Anna Smaill, The Violinist in Spring; Sue Wootton, Hourglass; Phil Kawana, The Devil in My Shoes

Rae Varcoe: Geoffrey W Rice, Black November: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in New Zealand; Bronwen King, Survive Bird Flu and Other Disasters

Aaron Lister: Caroline Otto, Leo Bensemann: Portraits, Masks and Fantasy Figures; Joanne Drayton, Frances Hodgkins: A Private Viewing; Christina Barton, The Expatriates: Barrie Bates and Frances Hodgkins

Kathryn Walls: Jack Lasenby, The Tears of Harry Wakatipu

Julia Millen: Chris Hilliard, The Bookmen’s Dominion: Cultural Life in New Zealand 1920-1950

Jon Johansson: Raymond Miller and Michael Mintrom (eds), Political Leadership in New Zealand

Tony Simpson: Charles R Clark, Women and Children Last: The Burning of the Emigrant Ship Cospatrick

Rawiri Taonui: Malcolm Mulholland and contributors, The State of the Maori Nation: Twenty-first Century Issues in Aotearoa; Paul Moon, Ngapua: The Political Life of Hone Heke Ngapua

Jenny Robin Jones: John Nicholson, White Chief: The Colourful Life and Times of Judge F E Maning of the Hokianga

Philip Knight: Janet Frame (trans Jean Anderson and Nadine Ribault), Le Lagon et Autres Nouvelles

David Capie: Roberto Rabel, New Zealand and the Vietnam War: Politics and Diplomacy

Gregory O’Brien: “Ode to fashion” (poem)

Elspeth Sandys: “Sherry with Olive” (Comment)

 

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