5 edition of Literature and authorship in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Literature and authorship in New Zealand
Alan Edward Mulgan
|Statement||by Alan Mulgan.|
|LC Classifications||PR9624.3 .M8 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||77012137|
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New Zealand Book Council’s collection of information about New Zealand writers. Includes entries from the Oxford companion to New Zealand literature edited by Roger Robinson and Nelson Wattie published in The Journal of New Zealand Grasslands operates a blind peer-review process where the reviewers know the identity of the authors but the authors do not know the identity of the reviewers. Authors are required to amend their papers based on the reviewers' and editor's comments or provide detailed reasons why these comments have not been dealt with.
New Zealand's only periodical dedicated to reviewing our books. Launched in , the Peppercorn Press Trust regrets that publication of New Zealand Review of Books Pukapuka Aotearoa ceased with the Summer issue (). Thank you for your interest in . Charles Brasch (–) was the founder and first editor of Landfall, New Zealand’s premier journal of literature and ideas. Born in Dunedin, he grew up to be at home in the literature, art and architecture of Europe, but returned to devote his life to the arts in his own country – .
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Before the printed word, story-telling and oratory captured the stories of Aotearoa New Zealand. On many marae, (Māori meeting grounds), the telling of ancient myths and legends continues.
Many form the basis of Māori beliefs, like the story of how Maui fished up the North Island. The first book was published in New Zealand in New Zealand writers have regularly captured international attention and readers, from 19th century short story writer Katherine Mansfield to the lyrical Janet Frame (midth century) and Lloyd Jones (Mr Pip).
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J.C. Sturm was a poet, short story writer, and one the first Māori women to obtain a university degree in New Zealand.
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The Māori did not have a written form of language until contact with Europeans in the early 19th Century. Oratory and recitation of quasi historical / hagiographical ancestral blood lines has a special place in Māori culture; notions of 'literature' may fail to describe the Māori cultural forms of the oral tradition.
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Maori narrative: the oral tradition. Like all Polynesian peoples, the Maori, who began to occupy the islands now called New Zealand about 1, years ago, composed, memorized, and performed laments, love poems, war chants, and also developed a mythology to explain and record their own.
Showing results of 69 for Children's literature -- Authorship. Advanced Search. Describes briefly her career in writing, and notes other awards she has won, including the New Zealand Post Children's Book Award in and Includes comments by three fellow NZ writers on her contributions to children's literature in NZ.
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I'm Nix Whittaker and I think New Zealand is awesome but I also think we don't celebrate our writing as much as we should. So this is a completely unofficial list of New Zealand authors. I'm starting with authors who are alive and still writing. It is disturbing that the list of NZ authors on Wikipedia is made up of over half deceased authors.
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