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The Oxford book of New Zealand short stories

The Oxford book of New Zealand short stories

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Published by Oxford University Press in Auckland, New Zealand, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Short stories, New Zealand,
  • New Zealand -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    Other titlesNew Zealand short stories
    Statementselected by Vincent O"Sullivan
    ContributionsO"Sullivan, Vincent
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 387 p. ;
    Number of Pages387
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16734234M
    ISBN 100195582527, 0195582519
    LC Control Number93035151

    Genre/Form: Short stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Davin, Dan, New Zealand short stories. London, Oxford University Press []. "War has played a defining role in shaping New Zealand. From the destructive Musket Wars, the bloody culmination of centuries of Maori tribal warfare, to the New Zealand Wars, military activities were a feature of nineteenth-century New Zealnad, and their impact is still felt today. During the twentieth century Pakeha and Maori stood shoulder to shoulder in New Zealand's greatest national.

    About this Item: OUP New Zealand, Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has . Oxford's dazzling story anthology; The Oxford Book of Short Stories, chosen by V. S. Pritchett. New York: Oxford University Press. $ J

    Paula Green is a poet, reviewer, children’s author, NZ Book Award judge and anthologist. Two recent books include 99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry (co-written with Harry Ricketts and short-listed for the NZ Post Book Awards) and Dear Heart: New Zealand Love Poems (both Random House). Book: All Authors / Contributors: C K Stead. Find more Notes: This is the second collection in the Oxford series, New Zealand Short Stories, and covers the years from the early fifties to the mid-sixties. It includes the work of older writers, such as Sargeson, Finlayson, Courage, now seen extending their interests into new areas, and shows.


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The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories Paperback – May 5, by Vincent O'Sullivan (Compiler) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(2). The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories [Vincent O'Sullivan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. New Zealand has a rich tradition of short fic /5. The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories first appeared in It is a tribute to the merit of the compilation that it has reappeared so soon.

Vincent O'Sullivan has put together an omnibus collection, tracing the historical development of the short story in a country which has existed as British Colony, later Dominion, only since When The Oxford History of New Zealand was first published in it was acclaimed as the standard reference.

The turbulent s have changed much about the way we see New Zealand and its history. The turbulent s have changed much about the way we see New Zealand and its history.3/5(2).

Letters and Art in New Zealand, Vol Eric Hall McCormick,Art, pages. When gravity snaps short stories, Owen Marshall,Fiction, pages. A collection of 24 short stories by one of New Zealand's top living writers of short stories. Funny, affectionate, astute and touching, they explore the worlds of small-town.

The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature. The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature offers a comprehensive record of New Zealand writing in easily accessible form.

It contains more than alphabetically arranged entries on writers, novels, plays, poetry, journals, periodicals, anthologies, literary movements, and professional organisations.

In his introduction to The Oxford Book of Short Stories, V. Pritchett discusses the short story's "relatively new and still changing form," an odd statement since one could make a case that the short story is ancient, whether in oral or written form/5(8). From Anthony Trollope, Charles Dickens, and Thomas Hardy, through Rudyard Kipling, H.G.

Wells, D.H. Lawrence, and Virginia Woolf, right up to Graham Greene, J.G. Ballard, Angela Carter, Ian McEwan, and many others, The Oxford Book of English Short Stories encompasses comedy and tragedy, farce and delicacy, elegance and the grotesque/5(7).

Summary: An anthology of the best of New Zealand short fiction, from the 19th century to the present. Major writers are represented by two stories, others by one. The text also contains brief biographical notes and a glossary of Maori/Polynesian words and other unfamiliar terms.

An anthology of the best of New Zealand short fiction, from the 19th century to the present. Major writers are represented by two stories, others by one. The turbulent s have changed much about the way we see New Zealand and its history. Some of these new ways of regarding the past have arisen, directly or obliquely, from the activities of the Waitangi tribunal and the wealth of scholarship, Maori and Pakeha, When The Oxford History of New Zealand was first published in it was acclaimed /5(7).

An anthology of the best of New Zealand short fiction, from the 19th century to the present, which includes work by Katherine Mansfield, Frank Sargeson, Keri Hulme and others. There are brief biographical notes, and a glossary of Maori/Polynesian words and other unfamiliar terms.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references. Summary New Zealand has a rich tradition of short fiction dating back to such 19th-century authors as Henry Lawson, Clara Cheeseman and E.B. Lancaster, some of whose stories are collected here for the first time. The New Oxford History of New Zealand is a new, multi-authored revisionist history of Aotearoa New Zealand.

The book tests the idea that New Zealand history can be explained as a quest for national identity and considers whether narratives that rely on the colony-to-nation storyline are still relevant in the early twenty-first century.

The Oxford Book of New Zealand Short Stories (Book): This anthology presents 50 stories by over 40 of New Zealand's best writers. Nineteenth-century writing, which is largely unknown, is represented by Clara Cheeseman and G B Lancaster, as well as by the more familiar Lady Barker and itinerant Henry Lawson.The Oxford book of New Zealand short stories / selected by Vincent O'Sullivan Oxford University Press Auckland ; New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

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Second Edition. edited by A. Byatt Oxford Books of Prose & Verse. Edited by prize-winning novelist, essayist, broadcaster, and reviewer A. Byatt ; The 37 short stories featured range from Dickens, Trollope, and Hardy to. FROM THE OXFORD COMPANION TO NEW ZEALAND LITERATURE.

Grace, Patricia (–), novelist, short story writer and children’s writer, is of Ngati Toa, Ngati Raukawa and Te Ati Awa descent, and is affiliated to Ngati Porou by marriage. She has gained wide recognition as a key figure in the emergence of Māori fiction in English since the s (see also Heretaunga Pat Baker, Keri Hulme.

This week's Ockham New Zealand national book awards marks the 50th anniversary of book awards in New Zealand. To mark the occasion, we asked 50 experts – .About this Item: Oxford University Press. Condition: Good. PB/pub/Gd. condition/ pages - The plan has been to include stories which are complete in themselves and which are all, if not anchored, at least tethered to a time and place that is recognizab ly New Zealand.