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Terminal Motel, Renée

Miles To Go Pauline O’Regan Penguin, $35.00, ISBN 0143019139 When I learned that Pauline O’Regan had written a book on ageing called Miles To Go, I thought damn, it’s bad enough being jolted or jollied by strangers – but a…
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View from below, Colin James

Another “religious” memoir, but in an entirely different vein, being not by a church leader but one of its loyal rebels, is Pauline O’Regan, There is Hope for a Tree, Auckland University Press/ Bridget Williams Books, $29.95, ISBN 186940 1328.…
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Two illuminating lives, Juliet Rowe

Aunts and Windmills Pauline O’Regan, Bridget William Books, Wellington, 1991, $24.95 May May Davis, Crewenna, Nelson, 1990, $19.90 Pauline O’Regan has expanded those tantalising glimpses of life in a small rural community described in her first book A Changing Order, …
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