Bookcase 29

[A Call from the Dardanelles (1915)]

Bookcase 29 (Bach):
Australian & NZ Literature
[7 Shelves / 723 books]

1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards
[b] = back row of a double row
i, ii = partition / section number (left to right)
• = on top of other books (left to right)
[…] = bound Xerox copy

  • [1] New Zealand Literature (Outsize)
  • [2] New Zealand Literature
  • [3] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
  • [4] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
  • [5] Australian Literature
  • [6] Australian Literature (cont.)
  • [7] Archaeology & Exploration
[partition ii] Bach & Mozart

[Avis Acres: Hutu & Kawa Find an Island (1957)]

Shelf 1:
[New Zealand Literature (Outsize)]

    [partition i]:
  1. Alba One (31 August 1995).

  2. Allison, John, & Angela Patton. Making Myths. Lyttelton, April 1998.

  3. Auckland: The Best of Life. Christchurch: Philip King Publishers & Shoal Bay Press, 1993.

  4. Blackley, Roger. Two Centuries of New Zealand Landscape Art. Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1990.

  5. [Chapman, Clive (the Investigator) & his Journalist Friend G. A. W. The Blue Room: Being the Absorbing Story of the Development of Voice-to-Voice Communication in BROAD LIGHT with Souls who have Passed into THE GREAT BEYOND. Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs Ltd., 1927.]

  6. Eggleton, David. Tiwai. Dunedin: Public Art Gallery, 2004.

  7. Fitchett, Sue, & Jane Zusters. Charts & Soundings: some small navigation aids. New Zealand: Spiral, 1999.

  8. [Geraets, John. discourse #5. Auckland: Hard Copy, 1985.]

  9. [Geraets, John. Itsan. Auckland: Watermark, 1990.]

  10. Geraets, John. Sanage Adventure Field. Japan: Linemen, 1995.

  11. Geraets, John. ? X. Auckland: Cornerdreamers, 2000.

  12. Geraets, John. station master. Auckland: John Geraets, 2011.

  13. Green, Paula, & Fifty Children. Flamingo Bendalingo: Poems from the Zoo. Illustrated by Michael Hight. Auckland: Auckland Universtiy Press, 2006.

  14. Brownson, Ron, Mary Kisler & Bronwyn Fletcher. Gretchen Albrecht: Illuminations. Auckland: Auckland At Gallery / Random House New Zealand, 2002.

  15. [Hamilton, Scott. To the Moon, In Seven Easy Steps. (2006).]

  16. O’Brien, Gregory. Hotere: Out the Black Window – Ralph Hotere’s work with New Zealand Poets. Introduction by Ian Wedde. Auckland: Godwit, 1997.

  17. [Howard, David. Wet Stone Memory. Auckland, 1999].

  18. Howard, David. S(t)et. Port Chalmers, Otago: The Gumtree Press, 2009.

  19. [Hyde, Robin. Notes for Young Knowledge: The Poems of Robin Hyde. Ed. Michele Leggott. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  20. Jackson, Anna & Diana Harris, eds. e-mailing venus: Translations of Poets from Sappho Onwards. Auckland: Venus Press, 1998.

  21. Jackson, Peter. Lord of the Rings cuttings (2000-2003)

  22. King, Richard. The Kelliher: 67 Award Winning Paintings. Auckland: Orakau House, 1979.

  23. Koea, Shonagh. Time for a Killing. Auckland: Vintage, 2001 [proof].

  24. Kyle, Leicester. Options. Mt Eden: Heteropholis Press, 1996-97.

  25. Kyle, Leicester. State Houses. Mt Eden: Heteropholis Press, 1997.

  26. Kyle, Leicester. A Voyge to New Zealand: the Log of Joseph Sowry, Translated and Made Better. Mt Eden: Heteropholis Press, 1997.

  27. Kyle, Leicester. Heteropholis. Mt Eden: Heteropholis Press, 1998.

  28. Kyle, Leicester. A Machinery for Pain. Millerton: Heteropholis Press, 1999.

  29. Kyle, Leicester. A Safe House for a Man. Millerton: Heteropholis Press, 2000.

  30. Kyle, Leicester. Five Anzac Liturgies. Millerton, Buller, 2000.

  31. Kyle, Leicester. King of Bliss. Millerton, Buller, 2002.

  32. Kyle, Leicester. A Wedding in Tintown. Millerton, Buller, 2002.

  33. Kyle, Leicester. Dun Huang Aesthetic Dance. Millerton, Buller, 2002.

  34. Kyle, Leicester. Five Anzac Liturgies. Auckland: Polygraphia Press, 2003.

  35. Kyle, Leicester. 8 Great O’s. Millerton, Buller, 2003.

  36. Kyle, Leicester. Anogramma. Millerton: Heteropholis Press, 2005.

  37. Kyle, Leicester. A Safe House for a Man. Auckland: Polygraphia Ltd., 2000.

  38. [Leggott, Michele. Like This? The Caxton Press New Poetry Series. Ed. Michael Harlow. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1988.]

  39. [Leggott, Michele. Swimmers, Dancers. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.]

  40. [Loney, Alan. The Bare Remembrance. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1971].

  41. [Loney, Alan. dear Mondrian. Taylors Mistake: Hawk Press, 1976].

  42. [Loney, Alan. Shorter Poems 1963-77. Auckland: Auckland University Press / Oxford University Press , 1979.]

  43. [Loney, Alan. Envoy. Pageworks by Mark Wills. Auckland: Puriri Press, 1996].

  44. [Loney, Alan. Mondrian’s Flowers (1999)].

  45. [Loney, Alan. Melbourne Journal (October 1998 – May 1999)].

  46. [Loney, Alan. Catalogue (1998)].

  47. Parihaka: The Art of Passive Resistance. Ed. Te Miringa Hohaia, Gregory O’Brien, & Lara Strongman. 2001. Wellington: City Gallery / Victoria University Press / Parihaka Pā Trustees, 2005.

  48. Pound, Francis. Forty Modern New Zealand Paintings. Auckland: Penguin, 1985.

  49. May, Sue. River Queen: A Film by Vincent Ward – The Making of the Film on the Whanganui River. Wanganui: Wanganui Inc., 2006.

  50. Robinson, Roger, ed. Writing Wellington: Twenty Years of Victoria University Writing Fellows. Photographs by Robert Cross. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1999.

  51. Simpson, Peter. Answering Hark: McCahon/Caselberg, Painter/Poet. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing, 2001.

  52. Stone, Cornelius, & Roger Langridge. Knuckles the Malevolent Nun. Vol. 1: No More Mrs. Nice Nun. Auckland: Antipodes Publishing, 2003.

  53. Wendt, Albert. The Book of the Black Star. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  54. New Zealand Feature Films 1986-87. New Zealand Film Commission, 1987.

  55. Catran, Ken. Hanlon: A Casebook. Auckland: BCNZ Enterprises, 1985.

  56. Farrell, Michael. Break Me Ouch. St Kilda, Victoria: 3 Deep Publishing Pty Ltd., 2006.

  57. Farrell-Green, Simon, ed. Coast Bush Foothills. Legends of the West. Auckland: Waitakere City Council, 2010.

  58. Fenton, John. Slightly Foxed b.o.f.: A Society for Book Lovers. Auckland: Slightly Foxed, 1997.

  59. Leggott, Michele. Journey to Portugal. Collages by Gretchen Albrecht. Auckland: Holloway Press, 2007.

  60. Hall, Bernadette. Somewhere Near Kaiapoi. Illustration by John Ellery (2007).

  61. Hasard 1 (August 1977). Ed. Martin Edmond, Janet Macaskill, & Simon Wilson. Wellington: V.U.W. Students’ Association, 1977.

  62. Davis, Leigh. Stunning Debut of the Repairing of a Life. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2010.

  63. Johnson, Mike. Travesty. Illustrated by Darren Sheehan. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010.

  64. Reed, A. W. Wonder Tales of Maoriland. Illustrated by A. S. Paterson. Wellington & Auckland: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1964.

  65. Reeve, Richard. The Among: A Poem. Warrington, Otago: Maungatua Press, 2008.

  66. Sale, E. V. Historic Trails of the Far North. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1981.

  67. Wong, Alison. Cup. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2006.

  68. [partition ii]:

  69. EMO (2008).

  70. The Puppet Oresteia (2008).

  71. Kingdom of Alt (2009).

  72. Ross, Jack. 31 Days (1/4-1/5/2009) [W99].

  73. NZSF (2009- ):
    • Harrison, Craig. The Quiet Earth. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1981.
    • Harrison, Craig. Days of Starlight. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1988.

  74. Work in Progress (miscellaneous):

    • The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander (1997-2006)
    • London Underground photos / Lisa Lashes.
    • Richard E. Strassberg. Inscribed Landscapes: Travel Writing from Imperial China.
    • Tiger Country photos.
    • Graffiti.
    • Translations: Stalin Ode (Mandel’stam) / Christ on the Cross (Borges)
    • Gabriel White: Tongdo Fantasia (2004-2006)
    • Nicolas Kurtovich. Le piéton du dharma.
    • Ahmed Zaoui. Migrant Birds: 24 Contemplations (2005)
    • Jeanne Tripier texts (2001)
    • Anna Rugis. Roadworks & Cross-sections (2006)
    • Papyri (2007)
    • Ovid in Otherworld (2006)
    • Poems for Florence 08 (2008)
    • Before the Catastrophe (2008)
    • The Puppet Oresteia (2008)
    • Montale’s Eel (2008).

  75. Bibliography (1981-2009).

    • Jack Ross: Bibliography (2005):
    • Jack Ross: Fiction Chronology (1995-2004).
    • Jack Ross: Publications (opus numbers 1-200) (2005).
    • Jack Ross: Poetry Collections (1981-2005).
    • Jack Ross: Bibliography (2005).
    • Jack Ross: Works (opus numbers 1-69) (2005).
    • Jack Ross: Book Council Author Page Application (2005).

  76. Accounts (1998-2009).

[NZSA Conference (1999)]

Shelf 2:
[New Zealand Literature]

  1. Ackerley, Chris. The Bridging of Troy, or Tales from the Trojan Tournament. London: Victor Gollancz, 1986.

  2. Alexander, John H.. Historic Wellington. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1959.

  3. [b] Alexander, Raewyn. It’s a Secret: Selected Poems 1993-2005. Auckland: Brightspark Books, 2005.

  4. [b] Alexander, Raewyn. Grey Lynn Land of Bright Stars. Auckland: Brightspark Books, 2007.

  5. Alexander, Raewyn. Museum of Lost Days. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2008.

  6. Alexander, Raewyn. A Bee Lover's Poetry Companion. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2010.

  7. Alexander, Raewyn. Thunder Rolling across Grey Lynn. Auckland: An A. Ray Publication, 2011.

  8. [b] Allan, Rosetta. Over Lunch: A Collection of Poems. Illustrated by Brian Gregory. Auckland: Creative Exchange New Zealand, 2010.

  9. [b] Alldritt, Charles. Tree Worship: With Incidental Myths and Legends. Auckland: Printed for the Author by Strong and Ready Ltd., 1965.

  10. Allen, Julia. Midas Touch. Illustrations by Kate Bowes. Christchurch: Nag’s Head Press, 1990.

  11. Allison, John. Stone Moon Dark Water. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  12. [b] Anderson, Karen, & Bill Manhire, eds. Spectacular Babies: New Writing. Auckland: Flamingo, 2001.

  13. Atkinson, Coral, & David Gregory, ed. Land Very Fertile: Banks Peninsula in poetry and prose. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 2008.

  14. [b] AUP Catalogue 2007. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  15. AUP New Poets 1: Raewyn Alexander, Anna Jackson, Sarah Quigley. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  16. AUP New Poets 2: Stu Bagby, Jane Gardner, Sonja Yelich. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  17. AUP New Poets 3: Janis Freegard, Katherine Liddy, Reihana Robinson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  18. Bagby, Stu. Spindrift: Poems. Auckland: Antediluvian Press, 1995.

  19. Bagby, Stu. As it was in the beginning: poems. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2005.

  20. Bagby, Stu. So Goes the Dance: Poems. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2010.

  21. [b] Ballantyne, David. The Cunninghams. 1948. Christchurch: Whitcoulls Ltd., 1976.

  22. [b] Ballantyne, David. And the Glory. London: Robert Hale Limited / Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 1963.

  23. [b] Ballantyne, David. A Friend of the Family. London: Robert Hale Limited / Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 1966.

  24. Ballantyne, David. Sydney Bridge Upside Down. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1968.

  25. [b] Ballantyne, David. The Penfriend. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press Limited / London: Robert Hale Limited, 1980.

  26. [b] Reid, Bryan. After the Fireworks: A Life of David Ballantyne. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  27. Bascand, Helen. Into the Vanishing Point. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2007.

  28. Bell, Brian. The Brian Bell Reader. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2001.

  29. Bennett, Warwick, & Patrick Hudson, ed. Rutherford's Dreams: A New Zealand Science Fiction Collection. Wellington: IPL Books, 1995.

  30. Bensemann, Leo. Fantastica: Thirteen Drawings. Introduction by Peter Simpson. [Prospectus]. Auckland: Holloway Press, 1997.

  31. Bensemann, Leo. Engravings on Wood. Introduction and notes by Peter Simpson. [Prospectus]. Auckland: Holloway Press, 2004.

  32. Bernhardt, Jeanne. baby is this wonderland? Wellington: HeadworX, 1999.

  33. Bernhardt, Jeanne. The Snow Poems / Your Self of Lost Ground. Wellington: HeadworX, 2002.

  34. Beyer, Tony. Dream Boat: Selected Poems. Wellington: HeadworX, 2007.

  35. [b] Billing, Graham. Forbush and The Penguins. 1965. London: Coronet Books, 1970.

  36. [b] Billing, Graham. Statues: a Novel. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1971.

  37. [b] Billing, Graham. Changing Countries. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1980.

  38. [b] Billing, Graham. The Chambered Nautilus. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 1993.

  39. Billing, Graham. The Lifeboat. Queen Charlotte Sound: Cape Catley Ltd., 1997.

  40. Book viii. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1946.

  41. Brighton, Ross. A Pelt, A Shrub, a Soil Sample. Drawings by Annie Mackenzie. Christchurch: Neoismist Press, 2009.

  42. [b] Broom, Sarah. Tigers at Awhitu. 2010. Oxford Poets. Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2010.

  43. Brown, Bernard. Victims and Traders: Selected Verse. Wellington: Mallinson Rendell, 1980.

  44. [b] Brown, David Lyndon. Calling the Fish & Other Stories. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 2001.

  45. Brown, David Lyndon. Marked Men. Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  46. Brown, David Lyndon. Skin Hunger. Auckland: Titus Books, 2009.

  47. Brown, James. Lemon. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1999.

  48. [b] Bullock, Owen. Wild Camomile: Haiku. Teneriffe, Queensland: Post Pressed, 2009.

  49. Bullock, Owen. A Cornish Story. Redruth, Kernow: Palores Publications, 2010.

  50. [b] Bullock, Owen, Beverley George, Jeffrey Harpeng & Joanna Preston. Four Tellings: A Trans-Tasman Haibun-Renga. Teneriffe, Queensland: Post Pressed, 2009.

  51. [b] Chamier, George. A South-Sea Siren. Ed. Joan Stevens. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. J. C. Reid. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1970.

  52. Chan, Jill. The Smell of Oranges. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2003.

  53. Chan, Jill. These Hands Are Not Ours: Poems. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2009.

  54. Chitham, Karl. MOTH [Museum of True History]: Recent Acquisitions. Auckland: Objectspace, 2010.

  55. Christie, Will. luce cannon. Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  56. [b] Cochrane, Geoff. Tin Nimbus. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1995.

  57. [b] Cochrane, Geoff. Blood. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1997.

  58. Cochrane, Geoff. 84-484. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2007.

  59. Cole, John Reece. It was so late and Other Stories. 1949. Ed. Cherry Rankin. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1978.

  60. Colquhoun, Glenn. How We Fell (A Love Story). Illustrations by Nikki Slade Robinson. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2006.

  61. Courage, James. Such Separate Creatures: Stories. Ed. Charles Brasch. New Zealand Short Stories, 3. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1973.

  62. Cox, Nigel. Dirty Work. Auckland: Benton Ross, 1987.

  63. [b] Cranna, John. Visitors. Pacific Writers Series. Auckland: Heinemann Reed, 1989.

  64. Cranna, John. Arena. Auckland: Minerva, 1992.

  65. Crawford, Jen. Admissions. New Poets Series 7. Woolongong: Five Islands Press, 2000.

  66. Crawford, Jen. bad appendix. Auckland: Titus Books, 2008.

  67. Crawford, Jen. Napoleon Swings. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2009.

  68. [b] Crump, Barry. A Good Keen Man. Illustrated by Dennis Turner. 1960. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1961.

  69. [b] Hogg, Colin. A Life in Loose Strides: The Story of Barry Crump. Auckland: Hodder Moa Beckett, 2000.

  70. Davis, Leigh. Willy’s Gazette. Auckland: Jack Books, 1983/ 1999. [In John Geraets, ed. A Brief Description of the Whole World 12 (June 1999).]

  71. [b] Direen, William. The Impossible: Short Stories. Wellington: Alpha Books, 2002.

  72. [b] Direen, William. Jules. Wellington: Alpha Books, 2003.

  73. [b] Direen, William. Onævia: Fable. Auckland: Titus Books, 2004.

  74. Direen, William. New Sea Land. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  75. [b] Direen, William. Song of the Brakeman. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006.

  76. [b] Direen, William. Enclosures. Auckland: Titus Books, 2008.

  77. [b] Dolan, John. Stuck Up: Poems from Great Central Lake. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  78. [b] Dolan, John. People with Real Lives Don’t Need Landscapes. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  79. Dolan, John. Pleasant Hell. USA: Capricorn Publishing, 2005.

  80. [b] Brecher, Gary. The War Nerd. Berkeley, CA: Soft Skull Press, 2008.

  81. donnelly, p n w. Unilateral Reunion. Pakuranga, 1994.

  82. Doyle, Mike. A Steady Hand. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1983.

  83. Drumheller, Doc. Fears and Fetishes. Christchurch: Neoismist Press, 2004.

  84. Drumheller, Doc. Blueprint for Resurrection or Destruction. Christchurch: Neoismist Press, 2002.

  85. Duncan, Grant. Dreams of Falling. Auckland: Punga Press, 1981.

  86. Duncan, Grant. Away with Words. Auckland: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 1986.

  87. Eggleton, David. South Pacific Sunrise. The Penguin Poets. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1986.

  88. [b] Eggleton, David. After Tokyo. Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 1987.

  89. [b] Eggleton, David. Empty Orchestra. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  90. [b] Eggleton, David. Rhyming Planet. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001.

  91. [b] Eggleton, David. Fast Talker. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  92. Eggleton, David. Time of the Icebergs. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2010.

  93. Ensing, Riemke. Spells from Chagall. Auckland: Griffin Press, 1987.

  94. Ensing, Riemke. Storm Warning – after McCahon. Auckland: Corbans Estate Arts Centre, 2003.

  95. Ensing, Riemke, ed. Private Gardens: An Anthology of New Zealand Women Poets. Afterword by Vincent O'Sullivan. Dunedin: Caveman Publications Ltd., 1977.

  96. Fea, Kenneth. on what is not. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  97. Fitchett, Sue. Palaver Lava Queen. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  98. French, Anne. All Cretans Are Liars. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1987.

  99. French, Anne. Boys Night Out. 1998. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  100. French, Anne. Wild. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  101. Frontiers vol 2, no. 2. Christchurch: n.d. (c.1968).

  102. [b] Furat, Basim. Here and There: A Selection. Trans. Muhiddein Assaf, Abbas El Sheikh, Abdul Monem Nasser & Yahya Haider. Ed. Mark Pirie. Wellington: HeadworX, 2004.

  103. Gadd, Bernard. Prognostications of the Apricot. Christchurch: Poets Group, 2000.

  104. Gifkins, Michael. After the Revolution and other Stories. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1982.

  105. [b] Gifkins, Michael. The Amphibians. Auckland: Penguin, 1989.

  106. Green, Paula. Cookhouse. Drawings by Michael Hight. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  107. [b] Gregory, David. Always Arriving. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1997.

  108. Gregory, David. Frame of Mind. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  109. Gunn, Kirsty. Rain. London: Faber, 1994.

  110. Habib, Rowley [Rore hapipi]. The Raw Men: Selected Poems 1954-2004. Vol. 1. A 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book. Taupo: O-a-tia Publishers, 2006.

  111. [b] Haley, Russell. The Walled Garden. Northcote: The Mandrake Root, 1972.

  112. Haley, Russell. The Sauna Bath Mysteries & Other Stories. Mt Eden: The Mandrake Root, 1978.

  113. Haley, Russell. Real Illusions. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1984.

  114. [b] Haley, Russell. The Settlement. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1986.

  115. [b] Haley, Russell. Beside Myself. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1990.

  116. [b] Haley, Russell. All Done with Mirrors. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1999.

  117. Haley, Russell. A Spider-Web Season & The Transfer Station: Two Story Sequences. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 2000.

  118. [b] Hall, Bernadette. The Lustre Jug. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009.

  119. [b] Hamilton, Scott. To the Moon, In Seven Easy Steps. Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  120. Hamilton, Scott. Feeding the Gods. Photos by Kendrick Smithyman. Auckland: Titus Books, 2011.

  121. Harrison, Craig. Tomorrow Will Be a Lovely Day. Reed Drama Series. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1975.

  122. Harrison, Craig. Broken October: New Zealand 1985. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1976.

  123. Harrison, Craig. Days of Starlight. 1988. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1988.

  124. Harrison, Craig. Grievous Bodily. Auckland: Penguin, 1991.

  125. [b] Holman, Dinah, & Chris Cole Catley, ed. Bloody Marvellous: George Haydn, 1919-2005. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2006.

  126. [b] Henderson, Michael. The Log of a Superfluous Son: A Novel. Dunedin: John McIndoe Limited, 1975.

  127. Henderson, Michael. The Lie of the Land: Fiction. Dunedin: John McIndoe, 1991.

  128. Henderson, Michael. The Small Change of Silence: Thirteen Tales. Dunedin: Longacre Press, 1999.

  129. Hillary, Edmund. High Adventure. 1955. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1958.

  130. [b] Hillary, Edmund, & Vivian Fuchs. The Crossing of Antarctica: the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1955-58. 1958. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1960.

  131. Hillary, Edmund. Nothing Venture, Nothing Win. 1975. Coronet Books. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1977.

  132. [b] Hilliard, Noel. Maori Girl. 1960. London & Auckland: William Heinemann Ltd. & Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., 1973.

  133. [b] Hilliard, Noel. Maori Woman. London: Robert Hale & Company / New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1974.

  134. [b] Holman, Jeffrey Paparoa. Flood Damage: Poems. Aotearoa/New Zealand: Nga Kupu Press, 1998.

  135. [b] Holman, Jeffrey Paparoa. As Big as a Father. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2002.

  136. [b] Holman, Jeffrey Paparoa. The Late Great Blackball Bridge Sonnets. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2004.

  137. [b] Hoskins, Robert. Goldfield Balladeer: The Life and Times of the Celebrated Charles R. Thatcher. Auckland & London: Collins, 1977.

  138. Jackaman, Rob. Arthur the King: A Sequence. Limited edition of 135 copies (no. 79). Christchurch: The Huntsbury Press, 1975.

  139. Jackaman, Rob. Hemispheres: Poems 1965-1973. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1976.

  140. Jackaman, Rob. Triptych: Three Sequences of Poems. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1998.

  141. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2003.

  142. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2004.

  143. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2005.

  144. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2006.

  145. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2007.

  146. [b] Bond, Andrew. Calendar. Christchurch, 2008.

  147. Hilliard, Noel. A Piece of Land: Stories and Sketches. London: Robert Hale & Company / New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1963.

[Abuse (2009)]

Shelf 3:
[New Zealand Literature] (cont.)

  1. Howard, David. Head First. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1985.

  2. Howard, David. In the First Place: Poems 1980-1990. Photographs by Paul Swadel. Hazard Poets Series. Ed. Rob Jackaman. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1991.

  3. Howard, David. Holding Company. Christchurch: Nag’s Head Press, 1995.

  4. [b] Howard, David. Shebang: Collected Poems 1980-2000. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001.

  5. Howard, David, & Fiona Pardington. How to Occupy Our Selves. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003.

  6. [b] Howard, David. The Word Went Round: Poems. Paintings by Garry Currin. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2006.

  7. Howard, David. Beyond What is Said to What Is. Graphics by Roger Hickin. Governor's Bay, Lyttelton: Cold Hub Press, 2010.

  8. Iremonger, May. Celebrations. Paraparaumu: Copy plus Ltd., 2005.

  9. Jackson, Anna. The Long Road to Teatime. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000.

  10. [b] Jensen, Christian. Zin Uru. Auckland: Sopabox Press, 2008.

  11. Johnson, Mike. The Palanquin Ropes. Wellington: Voice Press, 1983.

  12. Johnson, Mike. From a Woman in Mt Eden Prison & Drawing Lessons. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1984.

  13. Johnson, Mike. Standing Wave. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1985.

  14. [b] Johnson, Mike. Lear: the Shakespeare Company Plays Lear at Babylon. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1986.

  15. [b] Johnson, Mike. Anti Body Positive. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1988.

  16. [b] Johnson, Mike. Lethal Dose. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1991.

  17. [b] Johnson, Mike. Foreigners. Auckland: Penguin, 1991.

  18. [b] Johnson, Mike. Dumbshow. Dunedin: Longacre Press, 1996.

  19. Johnson, Mike. Treasure Hunt. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1996.

  20. [b] Johnson, Mike. Counterpart. Auckland: Voyager, 2001.

  21. [b] Johnson, Mike. Stench. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 2004.

  22. Johnson, Mike. The Vertical Harp: Selected Poems of Li He. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006.

  23. [b] Johnston, Andrew. Birds of Europe: Poems. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2000.

  24. Kassabova, Kapka. Someone Else’s Life. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  25. Kemp, Jan. Against the Softness of Woman. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1976.

  26. Climate 29: A Journal of New Zealand and Australian Writing (Autumn 1979) : Featuring Jan Kemp. Ed Alistair Paterson.

  27. Kemp, Jan. The Other Hemisphere. 1991. Washington, DC: Three Continents Press, 1992.

  28. Kemp, Jan. Dante’s Heaven. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2006.

  29. Kemp, Jan, & Dieter Riemenschneider. Nine Poems from Le Château de Lavigny. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2007.

  30. [b] Kennedy, Anne. Musica Ficta. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1993.

  31. [b] Kennedy, Anne. A Boy & His Uncle. Sydney: Picador, 1998.

  32. Kennedy, Anne. Sing-song. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  33. [b] Kennedy, Anne. The Time of the Giants. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  34. Koea, Shonagh. The Woman Who Never Went Home and Other Stories. Auckland: Penguin, 1987.

  35. Koea, Shonagh. Staying Home and Being Rotten. Auckland: Vintage, 1992.

  36. Kyle, Leicester. A Christmas Book. Millerton, Buller, 2000.

  37. Kyle, Leicester. The Great Buller Coal Plateaux: A Sequence of Poems. P.O. Box 367, Westport: MAPPS [The Millerton and Plateaux Protection Society], 2001.

  38. Kyle, Leicester. Things to Do with Kerosene. Westport: Heteropholis Press, 2002.

  39. Kyle, Leicester. Panic Poems. Westport: Heteropholis Press, 2003.

  40. Kyle, Leicester. Living at a Bad Address. Millerton, 2004.

  41. Kyle, Leicester. Breaker: A Progress of the Sea. Illustrations by John Crawford. Westport: Heteropholis Press, 2005.

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  43. Lay, Graeme. North Shore Literary Walks. North Shore City Heritage Trails. Auckland: North Shore City Council, 2002.

  44. Anderson, Louise. Takapuna-Milford Walk. North Shore City Heritage Trails. Auckland: North Shore City Council, 2002.

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  47. Lewis, David. Ice Bird: The First Single-Handed Voyage to Antarctica. 1975. Glasgow: Fontana/Collins, 1977.

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  49. Liang, Renée. Cardiac Cycle. Illustrations by Cat Auburn. Auckland: Monster Fish Publishing, 2008.

  50. Lloyd, Bronwyn. Nine Stories. In Far Far Away: Romance, Anxiety & the Uncertainty of Place. Curated by Carl Chitham. Rawene: Hokianga Art Gallery, 2009.

  51. Lloyd, Bronwyn. The Second Location. Auckland: Titus Books, 2011.

  52. Lloyd, Bronwyn. Pauline Bern: Colonial Goose. Newton, Auckland: Rim Books, 2012.

  53. Locke, Elsie. A Canoe in the Mist. 1984. Auckland: HarperCollins, 2005.

  54. [b] Locke, Terry, ed. Doors: A Contemporary New Zealand Poetry Selection. Hamilton: Leaders Press, 2000.

  55. [b] Loney, Alan. Shorter Poems 1963-77. Auckland: Auckland University Press / Oxford University Press , 1979.

  56. [b] Loney, Alan. Missing Parts: Poems 1977-1990. The Hazard Poets. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1992.

  57. Loney, Alan. The erasure tapes. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

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  59. [b] Loney, Alan. The Falling: A Memoir. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  60. [b] Loney, Alan. Reading / Saying / Making: Selected Essays. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2001.

  61. Macassey, Olivia. Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  62. McCauley, Sue. Other Halves. 1982. London: Coronet, 1984.

  63. [b] Macfarlane, Stuart, ed. The Erebus Papers: Edited Extracts from the Erebus Proceedings with Commentary. Auckland: Avon Press, 1991.

  64. McLeod, Marion & Bill Manhire, ed. Some Other Country: New Zealand’s Best Short Stories. 1984. Second Edition. 1992. Third Edition. 1997. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2000.

  65. [b] McMillan. Frankie. Dressing for the Cannibals. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2009.

  66. [b] McNeish, James. Lovelock: A Novel. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1986.

  67. [b] McNeish, James. Dance of the Peacocks: New Zealanders in Exile in the Time of Hitler and Mao Tse-Tung. 2003. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2004.

  68. McNeish, James. The Sixth Man: The Extraordinary Life of Paddy Costello. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2007.

  69. McQueen, Harvey. Recessional. Wellington: HeadworX, 2004.

  70. Mahon, Peter. Verdict on Erebus. 1984. A Fontana Paperback. Auckland: Collins, 1985

  71. [b] Duder, Tessa. Margaret Mahy: A Writer’s Life: A Literary Portrait of New Zealand’s Best-Loved Children’s Author. Auckland: HarperCollins, 2005.

  72. [b] Mahy, Margaret. A Dissolving Ghost: Essays and More. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2000.

  73. [b] Mahy, Margaret. The Haunting. London: J. M. Dent, 1982.

  74. [b] Mahy, Margaret. The Changeover: A Supernatural Romance. Auckland: Waiatarua Publishing Co., 1984.

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  77. Mahy, Margaret. The Magician of Hoad. Auckland: HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand) Limited, 2008.

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  80. [b] Mahy, Margaret. Alchemy. London: CollinsFlamingo, 2002.

  81. [b] Mahy, Margaret. The Riddle of the Frozen Phantom. London: Collins, 2001.

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  83. Mahy, Margaret. The Tricksters. 1986. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988.

  84. Mahy, Margaret. Underrunners. 1992. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1994.

  85. Mahy, Margaret. The Other Side of Silence. 1995. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1997.

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  89. Mann, Phillip. The Eye of the Queen. 1982. London: Grafton, 1988.

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  92. Mann, Phillip. Pioneers. 1988. London: Grafton, 1990.

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  98. Marshall, Owen. The Best of Owen Marshall’s Short Stories. 1997. Auckland: Vintage, 2002.

  99. Marshall, Owen. Living as a Moon. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Randopm House New Zealand, 2009.

  100. Ma’u, Michal. Taste of Fiji. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2002.

  101. Melling, G. J. Postcards from the Coast. Wellington: Thumbprint Press, 1997.

  102. Melling, G. J. b. 1943. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1999.

  103. Menzies, Rosemary, Mike Johnson & Michael Morrissey, ed. The Globe Tapes. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1985.

  104. Middleton, O. E. The Stone and Other Stories. Distributed by Paul's Book Arcade Limited. Auckland: The Pilgrim Press, 1959.

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[John Singer Sargent: Robert Louis Stevenson]

Shelf 4:
[New Zealand Literature] (cont.)

  1. Marshall, Owen, Graham Sydney & Brian Turner. Timeless Land. Introduction by Sam Neill. 1995. Longacre Press, 2004.

  2. Millar, Lynley. The Catlins Collection: Verse and Vistas – A Personal Journey. Invercargill: Morepork Press, 1998.

  3. Morrieson, Ronald Hugh. The Scarecrow. 1963. Auckland: Penguin, 1981.

  4. Morrieson, Ronald Hugh. Came a Hot Friday. 1964. Auckland: Penguin, 1985.

  5. Morrieson, Ronald Hugh. Pallet on the Floor and Two Stories. 1976. With an Introduction by Peter Simpson. Auckland: Penguin, 1983.

  6. [b] Morrieson, Ronald Hugh. Predicament. Preface by Maurice Shadbolt. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press, 1974.

  7. [b] Morrissey, Michael. Taking in the View. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1986.

  8. [b] Morrissey, Michael. Dreams. Wellington: Sword Press, 1981.

  9. [b] Morrissey, Michael. A Case of Briefs. Auckland: Van Guard Xpress, 1989.

  10. [b] Morrissey, Michael. The American Hero Loosens His Tie. Auckland: Van Guard Xpress, 1989.

  11. Morrissey, Michael. The Fat Lady & The Astronomer: Some Persons, Persuasions, Paranoias, and Places You Ought to Encounter. Christchurch: Sword Press, 1981.

  12. Morrissey, Michael. Octavio’s Last Invention. Auckland: Brick Row, 1991.

  13. Morrissey, Michael. Paradise to Come. Auckland: Flamingo, 1997.

  14. Morrissey, Michael. Heart of the Volcano. Auckland: Bookcaster Press, 2000.

  15. [b] Morrissey, Michael. From the Swimming Pool Question. New Plymouth: Zenith, 2005.

  16. [b] Morrissey, Michael. Taming the Tiger: A Personal Encounter with Manic Depression. Auckland: Polygraphia Ltd., 2011.

  17. [b] Morrissey, Michael, ed. The New Fiction. Auckland: Lindon Publishing, 1985.

  18. Neutze, Guyon. Dark out of Darkness. Images by Jürgen Waibel. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 1999.

  19. Newton, John. Lives of the Poets. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010.

  20. Norcliffe, James. The Sportsman & Other Poems: Rites of Admission. Auckland: Hard Echo Press, 1987.

  21. Norcliffe, James. Letters to Dr Dee. Hazard Poets. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 1993.

  22. Norcliffe, James. Rat Tickling: Poems. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2003.

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  24. O’Connor, John. As It Is: Poems 1981-1996. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1997.

  25. O’Connor, John. A Particular Context. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  26. O’Connor, John, & Eric Mould. Working Voices. Auckland: Hallard Press, 2003.

  27. O’Connor, John. Parts of the Moon: Selected Haiku & Senryu 1988-2007. Teneriffe: Post Pressed, 2007.

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  29. Ogilvie, Gordon. The Riddle of Richard Pearse. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed Ltd., 1973.

  30. Olds, Peter, ed. Broadsheet Series:
  31. Roger Hickin. Up That River Road. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  32. David Howard. Embargoed Letters. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2004.
  33. Cilla McQueen & Peter Olds. The White Ants. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  34. Peter Olds. Morning Press-ups. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  35. Stephen Oliver. Letter to Peter Olds. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  36. Bob Orr. Sardine. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  37. Barry Southam. Cross Currents. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.
  38. Hone Tuwhare. Time is my Blue & Red Tea-Pot. Dunedin: The Broadsheet Company, 2005.

  39. O’Leary, Michael. Unlevel Crossings. Wellington: Huia, 2002.

  40. Oliver, Stephen. Night of Warehouses: Poems 1978-2000. Wellington: HeadworX, 2001.

  41. Oliver, Stephen. Either Side the Horizon. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  42. Oliver, W. H. Poems 1946-2005. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005.

  43. Orbell, Margaret. The Presence of the Dew. Images by Richard Killeen. Auckland: Workshop Press, 1996.

  44. Orr, Bob. Calypso. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  45. Orsman, Chris. South: An Antarctic Journey. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1996.

  46. Ottaway, Jacqueline Crompton. Travels in the Antipodes: A Collection of Poems. Chippenham, Wiltshire: Piper’s Ash Limited, n.d. [c.1999].

  47. Ottaway, Jacqueline Crompton. Phosphorescence on the Oars. Auckland: BF Publishing, 2006.

  48. Ottaway, Jacqueline Crompton. The Lion Roars: Piha Poems. Paintings by Barbara Pflaum. Auckland: Glen Esk Publishing, 2009.

  49. [b] Ower, John. Winter Touch: Haiku. Athens, GA: Hub Editions, 2001.

  50. Pirie, Mark. Shoot. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 1999.

  51. Pirie, Mark. Reading the Will. Christchurch: Sudden Valley Press, 2002.

  52. Pirie, Mark. Swing and Other Stories. Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2002.

  53. Pirie, Mark. Gallery: A Selection. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2003.

  54. Pirie, Mark. Dumber (Poems). Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2003.

  55. Pirie, Mark. Bullet Poems in Four Rounds. Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004.

  56. Pirie, Mark. London Notebook. Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2005.

  57. Pirie, Mark. The Search (Poems & Stories). Paekakariki: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2007.

  58. Pirie, Mark. Private Detective. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2007.

  59. Pirie, Mark. Tom: A Novel in Verse. Experimental Poetry. Christchurch: Poets Group, 2009.

  60. Pirie, Mark, ed. JAAM Tracks: Issue 23. Wellington: JAAM Publishing Collective, 2005.

  61. Pirie, Mark, ed. New Zealand Writing: The NeXt Wave. Dunedin: University of Otago Press Press, 1998.

  62. Plumb, Vivienne. The Diary as a Positive in Female Adult Behaviour. Wellington: HeadworX, 1999.

  63. Plumb, Vivienne. Nefarious: Poems and Parables. Wellington: HeadworX, 2004.

  64. Plumb, Vivienne. Crumple. Wellington: Seraph Press, 2010.

  65. [b] Pope, Quentin, ed. Kowhai Gold: An Anthology of Contemporary New Zealand Verse. London: J. M. Dent / New York: E. P. Dutton, 1930.

  66. Powell-Chalmers, Jenny, with Rob Allan, Martha Morseth, John Allison, Larry Matthews, Emma Neale, John Dolan, Peter Olds, Claire Beynon, Trevor Reeves, & James Norcliffe. Double Jointed. Titahi Bay: Inkweed, 2003.

  67. Price, Chris. Brief Lives. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  68. Pule, John Puhiatau. Tagata Kapakiloi: Restless People. Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 2004.

  69. Pule, John Puhiatau. The Shark that Ate the Sun: Ko e Māgo ne Kai e Lā. Auckland: Penguin, 1992.

  70. Quigley, Sarah. Love in a Bookstore or Your Money Back. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  71. Reed, A. W. Legends of Rotorua and the Hot Lakes. Illustrated by Dennis Turner. 1958. Wellington & Auckland: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1969.

  72. Reeve, Richard. Dialectic of Mud. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  73. Reeve, Richard. The Life and the Dark. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  74. Reeve, Richard. In Continents. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  75. Reidy, Sue. Modettes and Other Stories. Auckland: Penguin, 1988.

  76. Rickerby, Helen. Abstract Internal Furniture. Wellington: HeadworX, 2001.

  77. Riddell, Ron. Spirit Songs. Medellin & Wellington: Casa Nueva & Steele Roberts, 2004.

  78. Riseborough, Hazel. Days of Darkness: Taranaki 1878-1884. 1989. Revised Edition. Auckland: Penguin, 2002.

  79. Robinson, Ian D. Days to Go. Christchurch: Quoin Press, 1999.

  80. Rodwell, Sally, & Alan Brunton. Gonne Strange Charity. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2000.

  81. Scott, Rosie. Nights with Grace. Pacific Writers Series. Auckland: Heinemann Reed, 1990.

  82. Scott, Rosie. Feral City. Melbourne: William Heinemann Australia, 1992.

  83. Scott, Rosie. Lives on Fire. Auckland: Sceptre NZ, 1993.

  84. Sewell, Bill. The Ballad of Fifty-One. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003.

  85. Sharp, Iain. The Singing Harp. Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004.

  86. Walter, Cornelia C., ed. Dies ist eine wahre Geschichte: Neuseeländische Autoren in Berlin. DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm. Wellington: Goethe-Institut Inter nations, 2002.

  87. Shaw, Tina. Birdie. Auckland: David Ling, 1996.

  88. Shaw, Tina. Dreams of America. Auckland: David Ling, 1997.

  89. Shaw, Tina. City of Reeds. Auckland: Penguin, 2000.

  90. Shaw, Tina. Paradise. Auckland: Penguin, 2002.

  91. Shaw, Tina. The Black Madonna. Auckland: Penguin, 2005.

  92. Silverwood, Margaret. Paradise Lost: The Minicomic. Wellington, 2004.

  93. Smither, Elizabeth. Casanova’s Ankle. Drawings by Jürgen Waibel. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1981.

  94. Smither, Elizabeth. The Legend of Marcello Mastroianni’s Wife. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1981.

  95. Smither, Elizabeth. Shakespeare Virgins. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1983.

  96. Smither, Elizabeth. First Blood: A Novel. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1983.

  97. Smither, Elizabeth. The Journal Box. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1996.

  98. Smithyman, Kendrick. A Way of Saying: A Study of New Zealand Poetry. Auckland & London: Collins, 1965.

  99. Steven, Michael. Homage to Robert Creeley. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007.

  100. Stewart, Olwyn. Curriculum Vitae. Auckland: Titus Books, 2005.

  101. Sullivan, Robert. Piki Ake! Poems 1990-1992. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1993.

  102. Sullivan, Robert. Star Waka. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  103. Sullivan, Robert. Captain Cook in the Underworld. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  104. Sullivan, Robert. Voice carried My Family. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  105. [b] Summers, John. Dreamscape 1. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1991.

  106. [b] Summers, John. Dreamscape 2. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1993.

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  108. [b] Summers, John. O Darkly Bright. Pisces Print. Christchurch: The Griffin Press, 1987.

  109. Taylor, Richard. Conversation with a Stone. Auckland: Titus Books, 2007.

  110. Trussell, Denys. Words for the Rock Antipodes. Auckland: Hudson / Cresset, 1986.

  111. Trussell, Denys. The Man of Paradise. Auckland: Hudson / Cresset, 1991.

  112. Trussell, Denys. Archipelago: The Ocean Soliloquies. 1991. Auckland: Hudson / Cresset, 1999.

  113. Trussell, Denys. Walking into the Millennium & Shorter Poems, 1991-1998. Auckland: Brick Row, 1998.

  114. Trussell, Denys. Islands of Intimacy: Love Poems 1970-2000. Auckland: Addenda, 2000.

  115. Trussell, Denys. Speaking to the Isle of the Ancestors: Four Long Poems and Commentaries. Auckland: Brick Row, 2005.

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  117. von Sturmer, Richard. We Xerox Your Zebras. Auckland: Modern House, 1988.

  118. von Sturmer, Richard. A Network of Dissolving Threads. Drawings by Derek Ward. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.

  119. von Sturmer, Richard. Suchness: Zen Poetry and Prose. Wellington: HeadworX, 2005.

  120. von Sturmer, Richard. On the Eve of Never Departing. Auckland: Titus Books, 2009.

  121. Rubble Emits Light: "Both Sides of Street" (essay by Gabriel White) / "Tanka Film Verses" (by Richard von Sturmer). Exhibition 15 July-13 August, 2010. Auckland: The Film Archive, 2009.

  122. Wells, Peter. The Duration of a Kiss. Auckland: Secker & Warburg, 1994.

  123. Wendt, Albert. Black Rainbow. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1992.

  124. Wendt, Albert. The Best of Albert Wendt's Short Stories. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 1999.

  125. Wendt, Albert. Photographs. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  126. Westwater, Keith. Tongues of Ash. Interactive Press. Brisbane: IP (Interactive Publications Pty Ltd.), 2011.

  127. White, Judith. Visiting Ghosts. Sceptre Books. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1991.

  128. Wild, Alex. The Constant Losers. Auckland: Titus Books, 2010.

  129. Willcox, Wensley. A Woman in Green. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2001.

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  135. Wright, Niel. Only a Bullet Will Stop Me Now. Wellington: Earl of Seacliff Art Workshop, 2004.

  136. Yang Lian. Unreal City: A Chinese Poet in Auckland. Trans. Jacob Edmond & Hilary Chung with Brian Holton. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  137. Young, Mark. The Right Foot of the Giant. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1999.

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Shelf 5:
[Australian Literature]

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  2. Brooks, David. The Book of Sei. 1985. London: Faber, 1989.

  3. Buckmaster, Charles. Collected Poems. Ed. Simon MacDonald. St. Lucia, Queensland: University Of Queensland Press, 1989.

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  36. Keneally, Thomas. Bring Larks and Heroes. 1967. London: Quartet Books, 1973.

  37. Keneally, Thomas. Three Cheers for the Paraclete. 1968. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971.

  38. Keneally, Thomas. The Survivor. 1969. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.

  39. Keneally, Thomas. The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith. 1972. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973.

  40. Keneally, Thomas. Blood Red, Sister Rose. 1974. Glasgow: Fontana/Collins, 1976.

  41. [b] Keneally, Thomas. Gossip from the Forest. London: Collins, 1975.

  42. [b] Keneally, Thomas. Season in Purgatory. Sydney: Book Club Associates, 1976.

  43. [b] Keneally, Thomas. A Victim of the Aurora. London: Collins, 1977.

  44. Keneally, Thomas. Ned Kelly and the City of the Bees. Illustrated by Stephen Ryan. 1978. A Puffin Book. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.

  45. [b] Keneally, Thomas. Passenger. London: Collins, 1979.

  46. Keneally, Thomas. Confederates. 1979. Glasgow: Fontana/Collins, 1981.

  47. [b] Keneally, Thomas. The Cut-Rate Kingdom. 1980. Ringwood, Victoria : Penguin Books Australia, 1984.

  48. Keneally, Thomas. Schindler’s Ark. 1982. London: Coronet Books, 1983.

  49. [b] Keneally, Thomas. The Playmaker. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1987.

  50. [b] Keneally, Thomas. A River Town. Port Melbourne, Victoria : William Heinemann Australia, 1995.

  51. Keneally, Thomas. The Great Shame: A Story of the Irish in the Old World and the New. 1998. London: Vintage, 1999.

  52. Keneally, Tom. Searching for Schindler. 2007. A Vintage Book. London: Random House Australia Pty Ltd., 2008.

  53. [b] Bowden, Tim, ed. Antarctic Eyewitness: Charles F. Laseron’s South with Mawson & Frank Hurley’s Shackleton’s Argonauts. 1947, 1948 & 1999. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 2000.

  54. Lawson, Henry. Poetical Works. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1949.

  55. [b] Lawson, Henry. Prose Works. 1948. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1957.

  56. [b] Lindsay, Jack. Life Rarely Tells. An Autobiography in Three Volumes: Life Rarely Tells; The Roaring Twenties; Fanfrolico and After. 1958, 1960 & 1962. Ringwood, Victoria : Penguin Books Australia, 1982.

  57. Lindsay, Norman. The Magic Pudding: Being the Adventures of Bunyip Bluegum with His Friends Bill Barnacle & Sam Sawnoff. 1918. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1983.

  58. [b] Duggan, Laurie. The Ash Range. Picador. Sydney: Pan Books (Australia) Pty Limited, 1987.

  59. [b] Dutton, Geoffrey, ed. The Literature of Australia. A Pelican Original. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964.

  60. [b] Dutton, Geoffrey. Edward John Eyre: The Hero as Murderer. 1967. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977.

  61. [b] Forbes, John. Collected Poems. 2001. Blackheath, NSW: Brandl & Schlesinger Pty Ltd., 2010.

  62. [b] Hardacre, Paul. The Year Nothing. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003.

  63. [b] Harrison, Martin. Wild Bees: New and Selected Poems. New Writing Series. Crawley, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press, 2008.

  64. [b] James, Clive. Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from Culture and the Arts. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2007.

  65. [b] Jones, Jill. Broken / Open. Salt Modern Poets. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2005.

  66. [b] Jones, Jill. Dark Bright Doors. Kent Town, South Australia: Wakefield Press, 2010.

  67. [b] Koch, C. J. The Year of Living Dangerously. 1978. London: Grafton Books, 1990.

  68. [b] Stewart, Amanda. I/T: Selected Poems 1980-1996. CD included. Surry Hills, NSW: Here and There Books, 1998.

[Peter Weir, dir.: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)]

Shelf 6:
[Australian Literature] (cont.)

  1. Malouf, David. An Imaginary Life. 1978. London: Picador, 1982.

  2. Malouf, David. The Great World. 1990. Sydney: Picador, 1992.

  3. Malouf, David. Johnno, Short Stories, Poems., Essays and Interview. Ed. James Tulip. UQP Australian Authors. St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1990.

  4. [b] Malouf, David. Remembering Babylon. A Chatto & Windus Book. Sydney: Random House Australia, 1993.

  5. [b] Malouf, David. The Complete Stories. A Knopf Book. Sydney: Random House Australia, 2007.

  6. [b] Mawson, Sir Douglas. The Home of the Blizzard: The Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914. 2 vols. London: William Heinemann, 1915.

  7. Mawson, Douglas. The Home of the Blizzard: The Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914. 1915. Abridged Popular Edition, 1930. Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1996.

  8. [b] Mawson, Douglas. Mawson’s Antarctic Diaries. Ed. Fred Jacka & Eleanor Jacka. 1988. North Sydney: Susan Haynes / Allen & Unwin, 1991.

  9. Monckton, C. A. W. Some Experiences of a New Guinea Resident Magistrate: First Series. 1920. London: Penguin Books, 1937.

  10. Monckton, C. A. W. Some Experiences of a New Guinea Resident Magistrate: Second Series. 1920. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1927.

  11. Moorehead, Alan. African Trilogy: Comprising Mediterranean Front; A Year of Battle; The End in Africa. Foreword by Field-Marshall Viscount Wavell. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1944.

  12. Moorehead, Alan. Gallipoli. 1956. A Four Square Book. London: New English Library, 1963.

  13. Moorehead, Alan. The Russian Revolution. 1958. New York: Bantam Books, 1959.

  14. Moorehead, Alan. No Room in the Ark. 1959. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963.

  15. [b] Moorehead, Alan. The White Nile. 1960. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1961.

  16. [b] Moorehead, Alan. The Blue Nile. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1962.

  17. [b] Moorehead, Alan. Cooper’s Creek. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1963.

  18. Moorehead, Alan. The Fatal Impact: An Account of the Invasion of the South Pacific, 1767-1840. 1966. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968.

  19. Murnane, Gerald. The Plains. 1982. Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books Australia, 1984.

  20. Murnane, Gerald. Landscape with Landscape. Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books Australia, 1987.

  21. Murnane, Gerald. Inland. 1988. Sydney: Picador, 1989.

  22. Murray, Les A. The Boys Who Stole the Funeral: A Novel Sequence. 1980. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1982.

  23. Murray, Les. Fredy Neptune. Sydney: Duffy & Snellgrove, 1998.

  24. Murray, Les. A Working Forest: Selected Prose. Sydney: Duffy & Snellgrove, 1997.

  25. [b] Murray, Les. Collected Poems. 1976. A & R Modern Poets. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1991.

  26. [b] Murray, Les. Collected Poems 1961-2002. CD of selections included. Sydney: Duffy & Snellgrove, 2002.

  27. The Oxford History of Australian Literature. Ed. Leonie Kramer. With Contributions by Adrian Mitchell, Terry Sturm, Vivian Smith, Joy Hooton. 1981. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1981.

  28. The Penguin New Literary History of Australia. General Editor Laurie Hergenhan. Ed. Bruce Bennett, Martin Duwell, Brian Matthews, Peter Pierce, Elizabeth Webby. Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books Australia, 1988.

  29. Porter, Dorothy. The Monkey’s Mask. Auckland: Vintage New Zealand, 1994.

  30. Porter, Dorothy. Akhenaten. Illustrations by John Hockings. UQP Poetry. 1992. St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

  31. Porter, Peter. Collected Poems. 1983. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  32. Richardson, Henry Handel. The Getting of Wisdom. 1910. The New Windmill Series. London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1967.

  33. [b] Richardson, Henry Handel. The Fortunes of Richard Mahony: Comprising Australia Felix; The Way Home: Ultima Thule. 1930. London: The Reprint Society, 1954.

  34. Slessor, Kenneth. Poems. 1944. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1971.

  35. [b] Slessor, Kenneth. Collected Poems. Ed. Dennis Haskell & Geoffrey Dutton. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1994.

  36. [b] Stewart, Douglas. Collected Poems: 1936-1967. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1967.

  37. Stow, Randolph. The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea. 1965. London: Secker & Warburg, 1984.

  38. White, Patrick. The Living and the Dead. 1941. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.

  39. White, Patrick. The Aunt’s Story. 1948. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963.

  40. White, Patrick. The Tree of Man. 1956. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963.

  41. White, Patrick. Voss. 1957. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963.

  42. White, Patrick. Riders in the Chariot. 1961. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964.

  43. White, Patrick. The Burnt Ones. 1964. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

  44. White, Patrick. The Solid Mandala. 1966. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969.

  45. White, Patrick. The Vivisector. 1970. Penguin Modern Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

  46. White, Patrick. The Eye of the Storm. 1973. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977.

  47. White, Patrick. The Cockatoos. 1974. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1978.

  48. [b] White, Patrick. A Fringe of Leaves. London: Jonathan Cape, 1976.

  49. [b] White, Patrick. The Twyborn Affair. 1979. King Penguin. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.

  50. [b] Gray, Alex Xenophon Demirijan. Memoirs of Many in One. Ed. Patrick White. 1986. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987.

  51. [b] White, Patrick. Three Uneasy Pieces. Fairfield, Australia: Pascoe Publishing Pty., 1987.

  52. [b] White, Patrick. Flaws in the Glass: A Self-portrait. 1981. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1983.

  53. [b] White, Patrick. Selected Writings. Ed. Alan Lawson. UQP Australian Authors. St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1994.

  54. White, Patrick. Four Plays. 1965. Melbourne: Sun Books, 1972.

  55. [b] White, Patrick. Big Toys. Sydney: Currency Press, 1978.

  56. [b] White, Patrick. The Night the Prowler: Short Story and Screenplay. 1974 & 1978. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books Australia, 1978.

  57. [b] White, Patrick. Patrick White Speaks. 1989. London: Jonathan Cape, 1990.

  58. [b] White, Patrick. Letters. Ed. David Marr. Sydney: Random House Australia, 1994.

  59. [b] Marr, David. Patrick White: A Life. London: Jonathan Cape, 1991.

  60. Williamson, David & Bill Gammage. The Story of Gallipoli. Preface by Peter Weir. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.

  61. Wright, Judith. Collected Poems. 1971. A & R Modern Poets. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1975.

  62. [b] Wright, Judith. The Generations of Men. Illustrated by Alison Forbes. 1959. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1965.

  63. [b] Malouf, David. Ransom. A Knopf Book. Sydney: Random House Australia Pty Ltd., 2009.

  64. [b] Marsden, John. Tomorrow, When the War Began. 1993. Sydney: Pan Australia, 1994.

  65. [b] Mudrooroo. The Undying. Master of the Ghost Dreaming, 2. Angus & Robertson. Sydney: HarperCollins Publishers Pty limited, 1998.

  66. [b] Murnane, Gerald. Tamarisk Row. 1974. A Sirius Paperback. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1988.

  67. [b] Murray, Les. Dog Fox Field. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1990.

  68. [b] Murray, Les A. The Vernacular Republic: Poems 1961-1981. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1982.

  69. [b] Tranter, John. Urban Myths: 210 Poems [New and Selected]. St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 2006.

[Titanic (1985)]

Shelf 7:
[Archaeology & Exploration]

  1. Alcock, Leslie. Arthur’s Britain: History and Archaeology, AD 367-634. 1971. A Pelican Book. Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1973.

  2. [b] Amundsen, Roald. My Life as an Explorer. London: William Heinemann, 1927.

  3. Anderson, Commander William R., & Clay Blair, Jr. Nautilus 90 North. 1959. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1961.

  4. [b] Andrist, Ralph K., & The Editors of Horizon Magazine. Heroes of Polar Exploration. Ed. George J. Dufek. London: Cassell, 1963.

  5. [b] Ashe, Geoffrey. Land to the West: St Brendan’s Voyage to America. London: Collins, 1962.

  6. [b] Ashe, Geoffrey, in association with Debrett’s Peerage. The Discovery of King Arthur. London: Guild Publishing, 1985.

  7. Ashe, Geoffrey. King Arthur’s Avalon: The Story of Glastonbury. 1957. Fontana Books. London: Collins, 1973.

  8. Ashe, Geoffrey. Camelot and the Vision of Albion. 1971. St. Albans, Herts: Panther, 1975.

  9. Ashe, Geoffrey. The Finger and the Moon. 1973. St. Albans, Herts: Panther, 1975.

  10. Ashe, Geoffrey. The Ancient Wisdom. 1977. Abacus. London: Sphere Books, 1979.

  11. Ashe, Geoffrey. From Caesar to Arthur. London: Collins, 1960.

  12. Bilby, Julian W. Nanook of the North. London: George Newnes Ltd., n.d.

  13. Bradford, Ernle. The Great Siege. 1961. London: The Reprint Society, 1962.

  14. Bradford, Ernle. The Shield and the Sword: The Knights of Malta. 1972. London: Fontana / Collins, 1974.

  15. [b] Brandt, Anthony, ed. The North Pole: A Narrative History. Washington, DC: National Geographic Adventure Classics, 2005.

  16. [b] Byrd, Admiral Richard E. Alone. 1938. Queen Anne Press. London: Macdonald & Co., 1987.

  17. Cherry-Garrard, Apsley. The Worst Journey in the World: The Story of Scott’s Last Expedition to the South Pole. 1922. 2 vols. London: Penguin, 1937.

  18. Collins, Larry, & Dominique Lapierre. Or I’ll Dress You in Mourning. 19698. St Albans, Herts.: Granada, 1973.

  19. Collins, Larry, & Dominique Lapierre. O Jerusalem! 1972. New York: Pocket Books, 1973.

  20. [b] Collins, Larry, & Dominique Lapierre. Freedom at Midnight. London: Collins, 1975.

  21. Cottrell, Leonard. The Bull of Minos. 1953. Rev. Ed. Great Pan. London: Pan Books, 1955.

  22. Cottrell, Leonard. The Mountains of Pharaoh: 2,000 Years of Pyramid Exploration. 1956. A Pan Piper. London: Pan Books, 1963.

  23. Cottrell, Leonard. Lost Cities. 1957. A Pan Piper. London: Pan Books, 1959.

  24. Cottrell, Leonard. Enemy of Rome. 1960. A Pan Piper. London: Pan Books, 1962.

  25. Cottrell, Leonard. The Tiger of Ch’in: How China Became a Nation. 1962. A Pan Piper. London: Pan Books, 1964.

  26. de Beer, Sir Gavin. Early Travellers in the Alps. 1930. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1966.

  27. Deuel, Leo. Testaments of Time: The Search for Lost Manuscripts and Records. 1965. London: Martin Secker & Warburg Limited, 1966.

  28. [b] Evans, Admiral Sir Edward R. G. R. South with Scott. With 31 Photographs by Herbert Ponting. London: Collins, n.d.

  29. Foster, John Wilson, ed. Titanic. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1999.

  30. [b] Fowler, Brenda. Iceman: Uncovering the Life and Times of a Prehistoric Man Found in an Alpine Glacier. 2000. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2001.

  31. Henson, Matthew A. A Black Explorer at the North Pole. 1912. Preface by Robert E. Peary. Introduction by Booker T. Washington. Introduction by Susan A. Kaplan. Bison Books, Lincoln & Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1989.

  32. Herbert, Wally. The Noose of Laurels: The Discovery of the North Pole. 1989. London: Grafton Books, 1991.

  33. Hopkirk, Peter. Foreign Devils on the Silk Road: The Search for the Lost Cities and Treasures of Chinese Central Asia. 1980. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.

  34. [b] Huntford, Roland. Scott and Amundsen. 1979. A Weidenfeld Paperback. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1993.

  35. Huntford, Roland. The Last Place on Earth. 1979. Rev. ed. 1983. London: Pan Books, 1985.

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  37. [b] Huntford, Roland. Nansen: The Explorer as Hero. London: Duckworth, 1997.

  38. [b] Joyce, Ernest E. Mills. The South Polar Trail: The Log of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Introduction by Hugh Robert Mill. London: Duckworth, 1929.

  39. [b] King, Colonel E. J. The Knights Hospitallers in the Holy Land. London: Methuen & Co., 1931.

  40. [b] Marr, Scout, of the Quest Expedition. Into the Frozen South. 1923. London: Cassell & Co., 1923.

  41. Poncins, Gontran de, & Lewis Galantière. Kabloona. Introduction by Eric Linklater. London: Readers Union Ltd., 1942.

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  44. Scott, Captain Robert F. Scott’s Last Expedition. 2 vols. Vol 1: Being the Journals of Captain R. F. Scott. Ed. Leonard Huxley. Preface by Clements R. Markham. Macmillan’s Empire Library. London: Macmillan & Co., 1913.

  45. Severin, Tim. The Brendan Voyage. 1978. London: Arrow Books, 1979.

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  47. Shackleton, Sir Ernest. South: The Story of Shackleton’s 1914-1917 Expedition. 1919. London: William Heinemann, 1921.

  48. [b] Spufford, Francis. I May Be Some Time: Ice and the English Imagination. London: Faber, 1996.

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  51. [b] Warner, Oliver, ed. An Account of the Discovery of Tahiti: From the Journal of George Robertson, Master of H.M.S. Dolphin. Wood Engravings by Robert Gibbing. London: The Folio Society, 1955.

  52. Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. The Story of the Crusades. 1910. Told Through the Ages. 1912. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1927.

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  55. [b] Ashe, Geoffrey. All About King Arthur. 1969. London: Carousel Books, 1973.

  56. Ashe, Geoffrey. Avalonian Quest. 1982. London: Fontana Paperbacks, 1984.

  57. [b] Ashe, Geoffrey. The Landscape of King Arthur. With Photographs by Simon McBride. London: Webb & Bower (Publishers) Limited, in association with Michael Joseph Limited, 1987.

  58. Carey, John, ed. The Faber Book of Reportage. 1987. London: Faber, 1990.

  59. Carrington, Richard. Mermaids and Mastodons: A Book of Natural and Unnatural History. Illustrated by Maurice Wilson and Others. London: Chatto and Windus, 1957.

  60. Cherry-Garrard, Apsley. The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic 1910-1913. 1922. Foreword by George Seaver. 1965. Introduction by Paul Theroux. Picador Travel Classics. London: Pan Macmillan Ltd., 1994.

  61. Druett, Joan. Island of the Lost: A Harrowing True Story of Shipwreck, Death and Survival on a Godforsaken Island at the Edge of the World. Crows Nest NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2007.

  62. Grimble, Arthur. A Pattern of Islands. 1952. London: The Reprint Society, 1954.

  63. [b] Handy, Willowdean Chatterson. Thunder from the Sea. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1973.

  64. Harrer, Heinrich. Seven Years in Tibet. Trans. Richard Graves. Introduction by Peter Fleming. 1953. London: Pan, 1956.

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  66. [b] Hunt, John. The Ascent of Everest. London: The Companion Book Club, 1954.

  67. Huntford, Roland. Race for the South Pole: The Expedition Diaries of Scott and Amundsen. London: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2010.

  68. Kirwan, L. P. A History of Polar Exploration. 1959. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1962.

  69. Lord, Walter. A Night to Remember. 1956. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1981.

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  71. Nansen, Fridtjof. Farthest North: Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship Fram, 1893-96, and of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey. vol. 1 of 2. 1897. Cambridge Library Collection. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

  72. [b] Nordhoff, Charles, & James Norman Hall. Mutiny on the Bounty. 1932. Four Square Books.London: New English Library / Sydney: Horwitz Publications, 1961.

  73. [b] Nordhoff, Charles, & James Norman Hall. Men Against the Sea. 1934. Fontana Books. London: Collins, 1956.

  74. [b] Nordhoff, Charles, & James Norman Hall. Pitcairn’s Island. 1934. New York: Pocket Books, 1976.

  75. Slocum, Captain Joshua. Sailing Alone Around the World and Voyage of the Liberdade. 1900 & 1894. Introduction by Arthur Ransome. London: The Reprint Society Ltd., by arrangement with Rupert Hart-Davis, 1949.

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