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Bookcase Q


[New Zealand fern]

Bookcase Q (Flat):
New Zealand Literature
[7 Shelves / 577 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

Shelves:
[1] Boxsets
[2] New Zealand Literature
[3] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
[4] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
[5] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
[6] New Zealand Literature (cont.)
[7] New Zealand Literature (cont.)


[Maurice Sendak: Where the Wild Things Are]

Shelf 1:
[Boxsets]

  1. Segal, Lore & Maurice Sendak, ed. The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm. Trans. Lore Segal & Randall Jarrell. Pictures by Maurice Sendak. 2 vols. 1973. London: The Bodley Head, 1974.

  2. Austen, Jane. The Complete Jane Austen. Penguin English Library. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982.
    • Northanger Abbey. 1818. Ed. Anne Ehrenpreis. 1972.
    • Sense and Sensibility. 1811. Ed. Tony Tanner. 1967.
    • Pride and Prejudice. 1813. Ed. Tony Tanner. 1972.
    • Mansfield Park. 1814. Ed. Tony Tanner. 1966.
    • Emma. 1816. Ed. Ronald Blythe. 1966.
    • Persuasion, with A Memoir of Jane Austen, by J. E. Austen-Leigh. 1818 & 1870. Ed. D. W. Harding. 1965.

    • Lady Susan / The Watsons / Sanditon. Ed. Margaret Drabble. 1974.

  3. Chandler, Raymond. The Complete Novels. 7 vols. London: The Folio Society, 1989.
    1. The Big Sleep. 1939. Introduction by Frank MacShane.
    2. Farewell My Lovely. 1939.
    3. The High Window. 1943.
    4. The Lady in the Lake. 1944.
    5. The Little Sister. 1949.
    6. The Long Goodbye. 1953.
    7. Playback. 1958.

  4. Defoe, Daniel. The Shakespeare Head Edition of the Novels and Selected Writings of Daniel Defoe. 1927-28. Oxford: Basil Blackwell / Stratford-upon-Avon: The Shakespeare Head Press / London: William Clowes & Sons Limited, 1974.
    • The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner. 1719. Vol. I.
    • The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner. 1719. Vol. II.
    • The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. 1719. Vol. III.
    • The Fortunate Mistress. 1724. Vol. I.
    • The Fortunate Mistress. 1724. Vol. II.
    • A Journal of the Plague Year. 1722.

  5. Frame, Janet. Snowman, Snowman: Fables and Fantasies. New York: George Braziller, 1963.

  6. Frame, Janet. The Reservoir: Stories and Sketches. New York: George Braziller, 1963.

  7. Graves, Robert. The Greek Myths. 2 vols. 1955. Rev. ed. 1958. Rev. ed. 1960. Introduction by Kenneth McLeish. Illustrations by Grahame Baker. 1996. London: The Folio Society, 2000.

  8. Shakespeare, William. The Complete Works. Ed. Stanley Wells & Gary Taylor. 1986. London: Readers' Union, 1987:
    • Comedies
    • Histories
    • Tragedies

  9. Stephen, Leslie. Hours in a Library. 1874, 1876, 1879 & 1892. 3 vols. Introduction by Jonathan Steinberg. London: The Folio Society, 1991.

  10. Lyons, Malcolm & Ursula, trans. The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1001 Nights. Introduction by Robert Irwin. 3 vols. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2008.

  11. Tolstoy, Leo. Collected Shorter Fiction. Trans. Louise & Aylmer Maude & Nigel J. Cooper. Introduction by John Bayley. 2 vols. Everyman's Library, 243. A Borzoi Book. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2001.

  12. Murasaki, Lady. The Tale of Genji. Trans. Athur Waley. 1935. 2 vols. Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc., 1970.


Shelf 2:
[New Zealand Literature]

  1. Adams, John. Briefcase. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2011.

  2. Adcock, Fleur. Poems 1960-2000. Newcastle-on-Tyne: Bloodaxe, 2000.

  3. Alley, Rewi. Fragments of Living Peking and Other Poems. Christchurch: New Zealand Peace Council, 1955.

  4. Alley, Rewi. An Autobiography. 1986. Beijing & Auckland: New World Press & Ode Record and Publishing Company, 1987.

  5. Alpers, Anthony. Legends of the South Sea. Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1970.

  6. Alpers, Anthony. Maori Myths & Tribal Legends. Illustrated by Pat Hanley. 1964. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1975.

  7. Ashton-Warner, Sylvia. Spinster. 1958. London & Auckland: Heinemann, 1972.

  8. Ashton-Warner, Sylvia. Bell Call. 1969. London & New Zealand: Robert Hale & Whitcombe & Tombs, 1971.

  9. Baker, Heretaunga Pat. Behind the Tattooed Face. Queen Charlotte Sound: Cape Catley Ltd., 1975.

  10. Baxter, Archibald. We Will Not Cease. 1939. New Zealand: Cape Catley, 1983.

  11. O’Sullivan, Vincent. James K. Baxter. New Zealand Writers and their Work. Ed. James Bertram. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1976.

  12. McKay, Frank. James K. Baxter as Critic: A Selection from His Literary Criticism. Auckland: Heinemann Educational Books, 1978.

  13. Weir, Father J. E. & Barbara A. Lyon. A Preliminary Bibliography of Works by and Works about James K. Baxter. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, 1979.

  14. Oliver, W. H. James K. Baxter: A Portrait. Auckland: Godwit Press, 1983.

  15. McKay, Frank. The Life of James K. Baxter. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1990.

  16. Millar, Paul, ed. Spark to a Waiting Fuse: James K. Baxter’s Correspondence with Noel Ginn, 1942-46. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2001.

  17. Baxter, James K. The Fire and The Anvil: Notes on Modern Poetry. 1955. Wellington: New Zealand University Press, 1957.

  18. Baxter, James K. Aspects of Poetry in New Zealand. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1967.

  19. Baxter, James K. The Flowering Cross. Dunedin: New Zealand Tablet Co. Ltd., 1969.

  20. Baxter, James K. Horse. New Zealand Classic. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1985.

  21. Baxter, James K. The Devil and Mr Mulcahy / The Band Rotunda. New Zealand Playwrights. Ed. Michael Noonan. Auckland: Heinemann Educational Books, 1971.

  22. Baxter, James K. The Sore-footed Man / The Temptations of Oedipus. New Zealand Playwrights. Ed. Michael Noonan. Auckland: Heinemann Educational Books, 1971.

  23. Baxter, James K. Collected Plays. Ed. Howard McNaughton. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  24. Baxter, James K. Collected Poems. Ed. J. E. Weir. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1979.

  25. Baxter, James K. In Fires of No Return: Poems. 1958. London: Oxford University Press, 1974.

  26. Baxter, James K. Pig Island Letters. London: Oxford University Press, 1966.

  27. Baxter, James K. The Rock Woman: Selected Poems. 1969. London: Oxford University Press, 1973.

  28. Baxter, James K. Jerusalem Daybook. Wellington: Price Milburn, 1971.

  29. Baxter, James K. Autumn Testament. 1972. Wellington: Price Milburn, 1973.

  30. Baxter, James K. Runes. 1973. London: Oxford University Press, 1974.

  31. Baxter, James K. The Labyrinth: Some Uncollected Poems 1944-72. Ed. J. E. Weir. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1974.

  32. Baxter, James K. The Bone Chanter: Unpublished Poems 1945-72. Chosen and Introduced by J. E. Weir. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1976.

  33. Baxter, James K. The Holy Life and Death of Concrete Grady: Various Uncollected and Unpublished Poems. Chosen and Introduced by J. E. Weir. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1976.

  34. Baysting, Arthur, ed. The Young New Zealand Poets. Auckland: Heinemann educational Books, 1973.

  35. Whiteford, Peter, ed. Vibrant with Words: The Letters of Ursula Bethell. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005.

  36. Bethell, Ursula. Collected Poems. Ed. Vincent O’Sullivan. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1985.

  37. Bracken, Thomas. Musings in Maori-land: A Jubilee Volume. Historical Sketch by Sir Robert Stout. Preface by Sir George Grey. Dunedin: Arthur T. Keirle, 1890.

  38. Brasch, Charles. Indirections: A Memoir 1909-1947. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1980.

  39. Brasch, Charles. Charles Brasch in Egypt. Introduction by Margaret Scott. Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2007.

  40. Brasch, Charles. Collected Poems. Ed. Alan Roddick. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  41. Brathwaite, Errol. The Flying Fish: The First Book of Maori Wars and Williams Dragoons. 1964. Auckland & London: Collins Fontana Silver Fern, 1977.

  42. Brathwaite, Errol. The Needle’s Eye: The Second Book of Maori Wars and Williams Dragoons. 1965. Auckland & London: Collins Fontana Silver Fern, 1977.

  43. Brathwaite, Errol. The Evil Day: The Third Book of Maori Wars and Williams Dragoons. 1967. Auckland & London: Collins Fontana Silver Fern, 1977.

  44. Brunton, Alan. Black and White Anthology. Taylors Mistake: Hawk Press, 1976.

  45. Brunton, Alan. A Red Mole Sketch Book. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1989.

  46. Brunton, Alan & Sally Rodwell. Day for a Daughter. Wellington: Untold Books, 1989.

  47. Brunton, Alan. Slow Passes: 1978-88. Introduction by Peter Simpson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.

  48. Brunton, Alan. Years Ago Today: Language & Performance, 1969. New Zealand Cultural Studies. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1997.

  49. Brunton, Alan. Romaunt of Glossa: A Saga. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1998.

  50. Brunton, Alan. Moonshine. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1998.

  51. Brunton, Alan. Ecstasy. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2001.

  52. Brunton, Alan. Fq. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2002.

  53. Celebrating Alan Brunton: A Concert and Book Launch for Fq. Wellington: Saturday 26 October, 2002.

  54. Celebrating Alan Brunton: A Concert and Book Launch for Fq. Auckland: Friday 6 December, 2002.

  55. Brunton, Alan. Grooves of Glory: Three Performance Texts. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2004.

  56. Buck, Peter H. [Te Rangi Hiroa]. Vikings of the Sunrise. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1938.

  57. Buck, Sir Peter [Te Rangi Hiroa]. The Coming of the Maori. Foreword by Peter Fraser. 1949. Wellington: Maori Purposes Fund Board / Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., 1950.

  58. Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki. The Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems. Christchurch: Hazard Press, 2005.

  59. Campbell, Alistair. Mine Eyes Dazzle. 1950. Christchurch: The Pegasus Press, 1956.

  60. Campbell, Alistair. The Frigate Bird. Pacific Writers Series. Auckland: Heinemann Reed, 1989.

  61. Campbell, Alistair. Tia. Pacific Writers Series. Auckland: Reed, 1993.

  62. Caselberg, John. Six Songs & The Wake: Poems. Christchurch: The Nag’s Head Press, 1965.

  63. Charman, Janet. 2 Deaths in 1 Night. Auckland: New Women’s Press, 1987.

  64. Charman, Janet. red letter. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.

  65. Charman, Janet. end of the dry. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1995.

  66. Charman, Janet. Rapunzel Rapunzel. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  67. Charman, Janet. Snowing Down South. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  68. Charman, Janet. Cold Snack. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  69. Cowan, James. The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period. Vol. 1: 1845-64. 1922. Introduction by Michael King. Wellington: P. D. Hasselberg, Government Printer, 1983.

  70. Cowan, James. The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period. Vol. 2: The Hauhau Wars, 1864-72. 1922. Wellington: P. D. Hasselberg, Government Printer, 1983.

  71. Cresswell, D’Arcy. The Forest: A Comedy in Three Acts. Auckland: Pelorus Press, 1952.

  72. Cresswell, Walter D’Arcy. The Poet’s Progress. London: Faber & Faber, 1930.

  73. Cresswell, D’Arcy. Present without Leave. London: Cassell, 1939.



  74. Bacon, R. L. The Boy and the Taniwha. Illustrated by Para Matchitt. 1966. Auckland: Collins Bros & Co. Ltd., 1967.

  75. Bacon, R. L. Rua and the Sea People. Illustrated by Para Matchitt. 1968. Auckland & London: Collins Bros. & Co. Ltd., 1972.

  76. Duggan, Maurice. Falter Tom and the Water Boy. Illustrated by Kenneth Rowell. London: Faber, 1958.

  77. Edmond, Martin. Dark Night: Walking with McCahon. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2011.

  78. Hood, Lynley. Sylvia! The Biography of Sylvia Ashton-Warner. 1988. Auckland: Penguin Books, 2008.


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

  1. Cresswell, D’Arcy. The Voyage of the Hurunui: A Ballad. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1956.

  2. Shaw, Helen, ed. The Letters of D’Arcy Cresswell. University of Canterbury Publications, 12. Ed. A. N. Brooks. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, 1971.

  3. Shaw, Helen, ed. Dear Lady Ginger: An Exchange of Letters between Lady Ottoline Morrell and D’Arcy Cresswell, together with Ottoline Morrell’s Essay on Katherine Mansfield. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1983.

  4. Simpson, Peter. Allen Curnow: The Loop in Lone Kauri Road. Titirangi: Lopdell House Gallery, 1995.

  5. Curnow, Allen. Four Plays: The Axe, The Overseas Expert, The Duke’s Miracle, Resident of Nowhere. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1972.

  6. Curnow, Allen. Look Back Harder: Critical Writings 1935-1984. Ed. Peter Simpson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1987.

  7. Sturm, Terry, ed. Whim Wham’s New Zealand: The Best of Whim Wham, 1937-1988. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2005.

  8. Curnow, Allen. A Small Room with Large Windows: Selected Poems. London: Oxford University Press, 1962.

  9. Curnow, Allen. Collected Poems 1933-1973. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1974.

  10. Curnow, Allen. Continuum: New and Later Poems 1972-1988. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1988.

  11. Curnow, Allen. Selected Poems. The Penguin Poets. Selected by Allen Curnow. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982.

  12. Curnow, Allen. An Incorrigible Music: A Sequence of Poems. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1979.

  13. Curnow, Allen. You will know when you get there: Poems 1979-81. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1982.

  14. Curnow, Allen. Early Days Yet: New and Collected Poems 1941-1997. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  15. Curnow, Allen. The Bells of Saint Babel’s: Poems 1997-2001. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  16. Curnow, Wystan. Castor Bay: pictures & proses. Auckland: Holloway Press, 1996.

  17. Dallas, Ruth. Collected Poems. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1987.

  18. Duggan, Maurice. Collected Stories. Ed. C. K. Stead. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1981.

  19. Duggan, Maurice. A Voice for the Minotaur: Selected Poems. Ed. Ian Richards. Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2001.

  20. Richards, Ian. To Bed at Noon: The Life and Art of Maurice Duggan. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  21. Bridges, Robert, ed. Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. 1918. Second Edition With an Appendix of Additional Notes, and a Critical Introduction by Charles Williams. 1930. The Oxford Bookshelf. 1937. London: Oxford University Press, 1941.

  22. Edmond, Lauris. High Country Weather: a Novel. Sydney & Wellington: Allen & Unwin & Port Nicholson Press, 1984.

  23. Edmond, Lauris. An Autobiography. 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2001.

  24. Edmond, Lauris. Selected Poems 1975-2000. Ed. K. A. Arvidson. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2001.

  25. Edmond, Martin. The Autobiography of My Father. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.

  26. Edmond, Martin. Chemical Evolution: Drugs & Art Production, 1970-80. New Zealand Cultural Studies. Wellington: Bumper Books, 1997.

  27. Edmond, Martin. The Resurrection of Philip Clairmont. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  28. Edmond, Martin. Fenua Imi: The Pacific in History and Imaginary. Wellington: Bumper Books, 2002.

  29. Edmond, Martin. Chronicle of the Unsung. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  30. Edmond, Martin. Ghost Who Writes. Montana Essay Series. Ed. Lloyd Jones. Wellington: Four Winds Press, 2004.

  31. Edmond, Martin. Waimarino County & Other Excursions. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  32. Edmond, Martin. Luca Antara: Passages in Search of Australia. Adelaide, South Australia: East Street Publications, 2006.

  33. Edmond, Martin. The Evolution of Mirrors. Rockhampton, Queensland: Otoliths, 2008.

  34. Edmond, Martin. The Big O Revisited. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2008.

  35. Edmond, Martin. The Supply Party: Ludwig Becker on the Burke & Wills Expedition. Adelaide, South Australia: East Street Publications, 2009.

  36. Edmond, Martin. Zone of the Marvellous: In Search of the Antipodes. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

  37. Edmond, Martin. The Thousand Ruby Galaxy. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2010.

  38. Edmond, Martin. Hynogeography. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2010.

  39. Edmond, Murray. Entering the Eye. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1973.

  40. Edmond, Murray. End Wall. Drawings by Philip Trusttum. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1981.

  41. Edmond, Murray. From the Word Go. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.

  42. Edmond, Murray. The Switch. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

  43. Edmond, Murray. Laminations. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000.

  44. Edmond, Murray. A Piece of Work. Kane’ohe, Hawai’i: Tinfish Press, 2002.

  45. Edmond, Murray. Fool Moon. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  46. Edmond, Murray. Noh Business. Berkeley, California: Atelos, 2005.

  47. Edmond, Murray, & Mary Paul, eds. The New Poets: Initiatives in New Zealand Poetry. Wellington: Allen & Unwin New Zealand and Port Nicholson Press, 1987.

  48. Johnson, Olive. A. R. D. Fairburn 1904-1957: A Bibliography of His Published Work. The University of Auckland Monograph Series, No. 3. Auckland: The Pilgrim Press, 1958.

  49. Edmond, Lauris, ed. The Letters of A. R. D. Fairburn. Auckland: Oxford University Pres, 1981.

  50. Trussell, Denys. Fairburn. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1983.

  51. Holman, Dinah, & Christine Cole Catley, ed. Fairburn and Friends. Auckland: Cape Catley, 2004.

  52. Fairburn, A. R. D. Collected Poems. Ed. Denis Glover. Christchurch: Pegasus, 1966.

  53. Fairburn, A. R. D. The Woman Problem and Other Prose. Ed. Denis Glover & Geoffrey Fairburn. Auckland: Blackwood & Janet Paul, 1967.

  54. King, Michael. Wrestling with the Angel: A Life of Janet Frame. Auckland: Viking, 2000.

  55. King, Michael. An Inward Sun: The World of Janet Frame. Auckland: Penguin, 2002.

  56. Frame, Janet. An Autobiography: To the Is-land; An Angel at My Table; The Envoy from Mirror City. 1982, 1984, 1985, 1989. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 1994.

  57. Frame, Janet. To the Is-land – An Autobiography: Volume One. 1982. Auckland & London: Hutchinson Group & The Women’s Press, 1984.

  58. Frame, Janet. An Angel at My Table – An Autobiography: Volume Two. 1984. Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1987.

  59. Frame, Janet. The Envoy from Mirror City – An Autobiography: Volume Three. Auckland: Hutchinson of New Zealand, 1985.

  60. Frame, Janet. The Pocket Mirror: Poems. New York: George Braziller, 1967.

  61. Frame, Janet. The Goose Bath: Poems. Ed. Pamela Gordon, Denis Harold, & Bill Manhire. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2006.

  62. Frame, Janet. Snowman, Snowman: Fables and Fantasies. 1963. New York: George Braziller, 1993.

  63. Frame, Janet. The Reservoir: Stories and Sketches. 1963. New York: George Braziller, 1993.

  64. Frame, Janet. You are Now Entering the Human Heart. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1983.

  65. Frame, Janet. The Lagoon & Other Stories. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1951.

  66. Frame, Janet. The Lagoon and Other Stories. 1951. Illustrations by Karin van Roosmalen. Auckland: Random Century, 1990.

  67. Frame, Janet. Mona Minim and the Smell of the Sun. Illustrated by Robin Jacques. New York: George Braziller, 1969.

  68. Frame, Janet. Stories & Poems: The Pocket Mirror & The Lagoon and Other Stories. 1951 & 1967. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2004.



  69. Baxter, James K. Autumn Testament. 1972. Ed. Paul Millar. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1997.

  70. Glover, Denis. Hot Water Sailor. Illustrated by Russell Clark. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1962.

  71. Graham, Winston. The Tumbled House. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1959.


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

  1. Frame, Janet. Owls Do Cry. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1957.

  2. Frame, Janet. Faces in the Water. 1961. London: The Women’s Press, 1993.

  3. Frame, Janet. The Edge of the Alphabet: A Novel. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1962.

  4. Frame, Janet. The Adaptable Man. 1965. Auckland: Vintage, 1993.

  5. Frame, Janet. Scented Gardens for the Blind. 1964. London: The Women’s Press, 1982.

  6. Frame, Janet. A State of Siege. 1966. London & Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1982.

  7. Frame, Janet. The Rainbirds. [Yellow Flowers in the Antipodean Room]. 1967. Christchurch: Pegasus, 1969.

  8. Frame, Janet. Intensive Care. 1970. Auckland: Vintage, 1995.

  9. Frame, Janet. Daughter Buffalo. 1972. Auckland: Vintage, 1994.

  10. Frame, Janet. Living in the Maniototo. 1979. Auckland & London: Hutchinson Group & The Women’s Press, 1985.

  11. Frame, Janet. The Carpathians. Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1988.

  12. Frame, Janet. Towards Another Summer. 1972. Auckland: Vintage, 2007.

  13. Gee, Maurice. Collected Stories. 1975. Auckland: Penguin, 1986.

  14. Gee, Maurice. In My Father’s Den. 1972. New Zealand Classic. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  15. Gee, Maurice. Games of Choice. 1976. New Zealand Classic. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1985.

  16. Gee, Maurice. Plumb. 1978. Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1979.

  17. Gee, Maurice. Meg. 1981. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1983.

  18. Gee, Maurice. Sole Survivor. 1983. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1984.

  19. Gee, Maurice. The Burning Boy. Auckland: Viking, 1990.

  20. Gee, Maurice. Loving Ways. Auckland: Penguin, 1996.

  21. Gee, Maurice. The Halfmen of O. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  22. Gee, Maurice. The Priests of Ferris. 1984. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1986.

  23. Gee, Maurice. Motherstone. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1985.

  24. Gee, Maurice. Under the Mountain. 1979. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1982.

  25. Glover, Denis. Men of God. Illustrated by Peter Watson.. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press, 1978.

  26. Glover, Denis. Selected Poems. Selected by Denis Glover. Introduction by Allen Curnow. The Penguin Poets. Auckland: Penguin, 1981.

  27. Ogilvie, Gordon. Denis Glover: His Life. Auckland: Godwit, 1999.

  28. Grace, Patricia. Mutuwhenua: The Moon Sleeps. Pacific Paperbacks. Auckland: Longman Paul Limited, 1978.

  29. Grey, Sir George. Polynesian Mythology and Ancient Traditional History of the Maori as Told by Their Priests and Chiefs. 1854-55. Ed. W. W. Bird. Illustrated by Russell Clark. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1965.

  30. Hamilton, Ian. Till Human Voices Wake Us. 1953. Introduction by Tony Reid. Auckland: Auckland University Press / Oxford University Press, 1984.

  31. Hulme, Keri. The Bone People. 1983. London: Picador, 1986.

  32. Hulme, Keri. Lost Possessions. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1985.

  33. Hulme, Keri. The Windeater / Te Kaihau. 1986. London: Sceptre, 1988.

  34. Hulme, Keri. Stonefish. Wellington: Huia, 2004.

  35. Challis, Derek & Gloria Rawlinson. The Book of Iris: A Life of Robin Hyde. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  36. Hyde, Robin. A Home in This World. Ed. Derek Challis. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1984.

  37. Hyde, Robin. Young Knowledge: The Poems of Robin Hyde. Ed. Michele Leggott. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  38. Hyde, Robin. Houses by the Sea & The Later Poems of Robin Hyde. Ed. Gloria Rawlinson. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1952.

  39. Hyde, Robin. Selected Poems. Ed. Lydia Wevers. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  40. Hyde, Robin. The Book of Nadath. Ed. Michele Leggott. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  41. Hyde, Robin. Journalese. Auckland: The National Printing Company, Ltd. 1934.

  42. Hyde, Robin. Disputed Ground: Robin Hyde, Journalist. Ed. Gillian Boddy & Jacqueline Matthews. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1991.

  43. Hyde, Robin. Check to Your King. 1936. Auckland: Golden Press, 1975.

  44. Hyde, Robin. Passport to Hell: The Story of James Douglas Stark, Bomber, Fifth Reinforcement, New Zealand Expeditionary Forces. 1936. Ed. D. I. B. Smith. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1986.

  45. Hyde, Robin. Wednesday’s Children. 1937. Ed. Susan Ash. 1989. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1993.

  46. Hyde, Robin. Nor the Years Condemn. 1938. Ed. Phyllida Bunkle, Linda Hardy, and Jacqueline Matthews. Auckland: New Women’s Press, 1986.

  47. Hyde, Robin. The Godwits Fly. 1938. Ed. Patrick Sandbrook. 1993. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2001.

  48. Hyde, Robin. Dragon Rampant. Introduction by Derek Challis. Critical Note by Linda Hardy. New Women’s Classics. 1939. Auckland: New Women’s Press, 1984.

  49. Hyde, Robin. Dragon Rampant. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1939.

  50. Heyerdahl, Thor. American Indians in the Pacific: The Theory Behind the Kon-Tiki Expedition. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1952.

  51. Image 2 (April 1958), ed. Robert Thompson (Castor Bay, Auckland).

  52. Jenner, Ted. A Memorial Brass. Eastbourne, Wellington: Hawk Press, 1980.

  53. Jenner, Ted. Dedications. Auckland: Omphalos Press, 1991.

  54. Jenner, Ted. The Love-Songs of Ibykos: 22 Fragments. Images by John Reynolds. Auckland: Holloway Press, 1997.

  55. Jenner, Ted. Sappho Triptych. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2007.

  56. Jenner, Ted. Writers in Residence and Other Captive Fauna. Auckland: Titus Books, 2009.



  57. Jakubassa, Erika, ed. Märchen aus Neuseeland: Überlieferung der Maori. Die Märchen der Weltliteratur. Köln: Eugen Diederichs Verlag, 1985.

  58. Mansfield, Katherine. Bliss and Other Stories. 1920. London: Bloomsbury Classics, 1994.


Shelf 5:
[New Zealand Literature] (cont.)

  1. Grace, Patricia. Collected Stories. 1975, 1980 & 1987. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987.

  2. Grace, Patricia. Potiki. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

  3. Ihimaera, Witi. Pounamu Pounamu. 1972. Auckland: Heinemann, 1981.

  4. Ihimaera, Witi. Tangi. 1973. Auckland: Heinemann, 1975.

  5. Ihimaera, Witi. The Matriarch. 1973. Auckland: Heinemann, 1986.

  6. Ihimaera, Witi. The Whale Rider. Illustrated by John Hovell. Auckland: Heinemann, 1987.

  7. Ihimaera, Witi. Dear Miss Mansfield: A Tribute to Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp. Auckland: Viking, 1989.

  8. Johnson, Louis. Selected Poems. Edited by Terry Sturm. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2000.

  9. Joseph, M. K. I’ll Soldier No More. London & Hamilton: Gollancz & Paul’s Book Arcade, 1958.

  10. Joseph, M. K. The Hole in the Zero. London: Gollancz, 1967.

  11. Joseph, M. K. Inscription on a Paper Dart: Selected Poems 1945-72. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1974.

  12. Joseph, M. K. A Soldier’s Tale. Auckland & London: Collins, 1976.

  13. Joseph, M. K. The Time of Achamoth. Auckland & London: Collins, 1977.

  14. Joseph, M. K. Kaspar’s Journey. Auckland: Brick Row / Hallard Press, 1988.

  15. Kavka, Misha, Jennifer Lawn & Mary Paul, ed. Gothic NZ: The Darker Side of Kiwi Culture. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2006

  16. King, Michael. The Collector: A Biography of Andreas Reischek. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1981.

  17. King, Michael. Tread Softly For You Tread on My Life: New and Collected Writings. Auckland: Cape Catley Ltd., 2001.

  18. King, Michael. The Penguin History of New Zealand. 2003. Auckland: Viking., 2004.

  19. Lee, John A. Children of the Poor. 1934. London: T. Werner Laurie Ltd., 1936.

  20. Lee, John A. Children of the Poor. NZ1. London: New Zealand Books, 1963.

  21. Lee, John A. The Hunted. NZ2. London: New Zealand Books, 1963.

  22. Lee, John A. Civilian into Soldier. NZ3. London: New Zealand Books, 1963.

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

  24. Leggott, Michele. Swimmers, Dancers. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.

  25. Leggott, Michele. DIA. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

  26. Leggott, Michele. as far as I can see. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1999.

  27. Leggott, Michele. Milk & Honey. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  28. Leggott, Michele. Milk & Honey. 2005. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2006.

  29. Leggott, Michele. Mirabile Dictu. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2009.

  30. Sturm, Terry. An Unsettled Spirit: The Life and Frontier Fiction of Edith Lyttleton (G. B. Lancaster). Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2003.

  31. Lancaster, G. B. The Tracks We Tread. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1907.

  32. Lancaster, G. B. Pageant. 1933. Sydney: The Endeavour Press, 1934.

  33. McLaren, Daryl. The Back-to-Front Runner Poems. Illustrated by Joanna Harris. Wellington: Wai-te-Ata Press, 1974.

  34. Mander, Jane. The Story of a New Zealand River. 1920. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1974.

  35. Mander, Jane. Allen Adair. 1925. Ed. Dorothea Turner. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. J. C. Reid. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1971.

  36. Manhire, Bill. Hoosh. [NZ]: Anxious Husky Press, 1995.

  37. Manhire, Bill. Songs of My Life. Auckland: Godwit, 1996.

  38. Manhire, Bill. Collected Poems. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2001.

  39. Manhire, Bill. The New Land: A Picture Book. Pacific Writers Series. Auckland: Heinemann Reed, 1990.

  40. Maning, F. E (A Pakeha Maori). Old New Zealand: A Tale of the Good Old Times & A History of the War in the North told by an old Chief of the Ngapuhi Tribe. 1887. New Zealand Classics. Auckland: Golden Press, 1973.

  41. Alpers, Antony. The Life of Katherine Mansfield. 1980. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982.

  42. Meyers, Jeffrey. Katherine Mansfield: A Biography. 1978. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1979.

  43. Woods, Joanna. Katerina: The Russian World of Katherine Mansfield. Auckland: Penguin, 2001.

  44. Mansfield, Katherine. The Collected Letters of Katherine Mansfield – Volume 1: 1903-1917. Ed. Vincent O’Sullivan & Margaret Scott. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984.

  45. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Katherine Mansfield’s New Zealand. 1974. Auckland: Viking, 1988.

  46. Mansfield, Katherine. The Katherine Mansfield Notebooks. Ed. Margaret Scott. 2 vols. Canterbury & Wellington: Lincoln University Press & Daphne Brasell Associates, 1997.

  47. Mansfield, Katherine. The Letters and Journals of Katherine Mansfield: A Selection. Ed. C. K. Stead. Penguin Modern Classics. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977.

  48. Mansfield, Katherine. The Complete Stories of Katherine Mansfield. 1974. Auckland: Golden Press, 1978.

  49. Mansfield, Katherine. The Aloe. 1937. Ed. Vincent O’Sullivan. 1982. Virago Modern Classics, 174. London: Virago, 1985.

  50. Mason, R. A. K. R. A. K. Mason at Twenty-Five: The Text of an Extended Diary-Style Letter written in the Month of the Poet’s Birthday, January 1930. Christchurch: Nag’s Head Press, 1986.

  51. Mason, R. A. K. Collected Poems. Ed. Allen Curnow. 1962. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1975.

  52. Mason, R. A. K. Four Short Stories: 1931-35. Afterword by Rachel Barrowman. Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2003.

  53. Barrowman, Rachel. Mason: The Life of R. A. K. Mason. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2003.

  54. ‘Asclepius’ [John Caselberg]. Poet Triumphant: The Life and Writings of R. A. K. Mason (1905-1971). Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2004.

  55. Mitchell, David. Pipe Dreams in Ponsonby: Poems. 1971. Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1975.



  56. Bristowe, W. S. A Book of Spiders. London & New York: The King Penguin Books, 1947.

  57. Hooton, Alice. Shamfeign: A Collection of Poetry. Auckland: BF Publishing, 2011.

  58. Koea, Shonagh. The Best of Shonagh Koea's Short Stories. A Vintage Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 1999.

  59. Koea, Shonagh. The Kindness of Strangers {Kitchen Memoirs}. Illustrations by Peter Wells. 2007. A Random House Book. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2007.


[Frank Sargeson (Takapuna, 1932)]

Shelf 6:
[New Zealand Literature] (cont.)

  1. Mulgan, John. Man Alone. 1939. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1973.

  2. Mulgan, John. Report on Experience. 1947. New Zealand Classic. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1984.

  3. Mulgan, John, ed. Poems of Freedom. Introduction by W. H. Auden. Left Book Club Edition. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1938.

  4. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Long Journey to the Border: A Life of John Mulgan. Auckland: Penguin, 2003.

  5. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Palms and Minarets: Selected Stories. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1992.

  6. O’Sullivan, Vincent. The Boy, The Bridge, The River. Dunedin & Wellington: John McIndoe & A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1978.

  7. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Let the River Stand. Auckland: Penguin, 1993.

  8. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Believers to the Bright Coast: A Novel. Auckland: Penguin, 1998.

  9. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Selected Poems. Oxford Poets. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1992.

  10. O’Sullivan, Vincent. The Butcher Papers. Oxford Poets. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1982.

  11. O’Sullivan, Vincent. Further Convictions Pending: Poems 1998-2008. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009.

  12. O’Sullivan, Vincent, ed. An Anthology of Twentieth Century New Zealand Poetry. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.

  13. Paterson, Alistair. The New Poetry: Considerations towards Open Form. Dunedin: Pilgrims South Press, 1981.

  14. Paterson, Alistair. How to be a Millionaire by Next Wednesday. Auckland: David Ling, 1994.

  15. Paterson, A. I. H. Caves in the Hills: Selected Poems. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1965.

  16. Paterson, Alistair. Birds Flying. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1973.

  17. Paterson, Alistair. Qu’appelle. Dunedin: Pilgrims South Press, 1982.

  18. Paterson, Alistair. The Toledo Room: A Poem for Voices. Dunedin: Pilgrims South Press, 1978.

  19. Paterson, Alistair. Odysseus Rex. Drawings by Nigel Brown. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1986.

  20. Paterson, Alistair. Summer on the Côte d’Azur. Wellington: HeadworX, 2003.

  21. Paterson, Alistair. Africa: //Kabbo, Mantis and the Porcupine’s Daughter. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2008.

  22. Paul, Joanna Margaret. Imogen: Poems. Days Bay, Eastbourne: Hawk Press, 1978.

  23. Paul, Joanna Margaret. The Lone Goose. Dunedin: John McIndoe Ltd, 1979.

  24. Paul, Joanna Margaret. The Cherry Now. Wellington: The Fernbank Studio, 2001.

  25. Paul, Joanna Margaret. Like Love Poems: Selected Poems. Ed. Bernadette Hall. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2006.

  26. beauty, even: A Tribute to Joanna Margaret Paul (1945-2003). Ed. Emma Bugden, Greg Donson & Gregory O’Brien. Wellington: City Gallery, 2004.

  27. Pearson, Bill. Rifled Sanctuaries: Some Views of the Pacific Islands in Western Literature. The Macmillan Brown Lectures 1982. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1984.

  28. Pearson, Bill. Coal Flat. Auckland & Hamilton: Paul’s Book Arcade, 1963.

  29. Ross, Jack. City of Strange Brunettes: Poems. Auckland: Pohutukawa Press, 1998.

  30. Ross, Jack. A Bus Called Mr Nice Guy. Auckland: Perdrix Press, 2005.

  31. Ross, Jack. The Imaginary Museum of Atlantis. Auckland: Titus Books, 2006.

  32. Ross, Jack. To Terezín. Afterword by Martin Edmond. Social and Cultural Studies, 8. Massey Albany: School of Social and Cultural Studies, 2007.

  33. Ross, Jack. Papyri: Love Poems & Fragments from Sappho & Elsewhere. Auckland: Soapbox Press, 2007.

  34. Ross, Jack. The Return of the Vanishing New Zealander. Dunedin: Kilmog Press, 2009.

  35. Ross, Jack, ed. Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 2 CDs included. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2006.

  36. Ross, Jack & Jan Kemp, ed. Contemporary New Zealand Poets in Performance. 2 CDs included. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  37. Ross, Jack, ed. New New Zealand Poets in Performance. Poems Selected by Jack Ross & Jan Kemp. 2 CDs included. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  38. Len Castle. Mountain to the Sea: Ceramics / Poetry / Photographs. Ed. Tanya Wilkinson (Napier: Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, 2008).

  39. King, Michael. Frank Sargeson: A Life. Auckland: Viking, 1995.

  40. Lay, Graeme, & Stephen Stratford, eds. An Affair of the Heart: A Celebration of Frank Sargeson’s Centenary. Auckland: Cape Catley Ltd., 2003.

  41. Sargeson, Frank. Sargeson: Once is Enough; More than Enough; Never Enough. 1973, 1975 & 1977. Auckland: Penguin, 1981.

  42. Sargeson, Frank. Wrestling with the Angel. Two Plays: A Time for Sowing & The Cradle and the Egg. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1964.

  43. Sargeson, Frank. Conversation in a Train and Other Critical Writing. Ed. Kevin Cunningham. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1983.

  44. Sargeson, Frank. That Summer and Other Stories. London: John Lehmann, 1946.

  45. Sargeson, Frank. The Stories of Frank Sargeson. 1973. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1974.

  46. Sargeson, Frank. Frank Sargeson's Stories. 1964. Rev. ed with 13 New Stories. Introduction by Janet Wilson. Auckland: Cape Catley Ltd., 2010.

  47. Sargeson, Frank. I Saw in My Dream. 1949. Ed. H. Winston Rhodes. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1974.

  48. Sargeson, Frank. Memoirs of a Peon. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1965.

  49. Sargeson, Frank. 2 Short Novels: The Hangover & Joy of the Worm. 1967 & 1969. Auckland: Penguin, 1984.

  50. Sargeson, Frank. Man of England Now. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1972.

  51. Sargeson, Frank. Sunset Village. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1976.

  52. Sargeson, Frank & Edith Campion. Tandem: The Chain & En Route. Wellington & Auckland: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1979.

  53. Satchell, William. The Land of the Lost. 1902. Ed. Kendrick Smithyman. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. J. C. Reid. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1971.

  54. Satchell, William. The Toll of the Bush. 1905. Ed. Kendrick Smithyman. New Zealand Fiction. Ed. Bill Pearson. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1985.

  55. Satchell, William. The Greenstone Door. 1914. New Zealand Classics. Auckland: Golden Press, 1973.

  56. Scott, Dick. Seven Lives on Salt River. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton & Southern Cross Books, 1987.

  57. Scott, Dick. Ask That Mountain: The Story of Parihaka. 1975. Auckland: Heinemann / Southern Cross, 1981.

  58. Shadbolt, Maurice. The New Zealanders: A Sequence of Stories. 1959. Christchurch: Whitcoulls, 1976.

  59. Shadbolt, Maurice. Among the Cinders. New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1965.

  60. Shadbolt, Maurice. This Summer’s Dolphin. London: Cassell, 1969.

  61. Shadbolt, Maurice, ed. The Shell Guide to New Zealand. Christchurch: Whitcombe and Tombs Ltd., 1968.

  62. Shadbolt, Maurice. Once on Chunuk Bair. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1982.

  63. Shadbolt, Maurice. The Lovelock Version. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1980.

  64. Shadbolt, Maurice. Season of the Jew. 1986. London: Sceptre, 1988.

  65. Shadbolt, Maurice. Monday’s Warriors. 1990. London & Auckland: Sceptre, 1994.

  66. Shadbolt, Maurice. The House of Strife. 1993. Auckland: Sceptre NZ, 1994.


Shelf 7:
[New Zealand Literature] (cont.)

  1. Shepard, Deborah, ed. Between the Lives: Partners in Art. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2005.

  2. Simpson, Peter, ed. Seven New Zealand Novellas. Auckland: Reed, 2003.

  3. Sinclair, Keith. A History of New Zealand. 1959. Auckland: Penguin, 1988.

  4. Sinclair, Keith. Moontalk: Poems New and Selected. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1993.

  5. Sinclair, Keith. Halfway Round the Harbour: An Autobiography. Auckland: Penguin, 1993.

  6. Slaughter, Tracey. Her Body Rises: Stories & Poems. Auckland: Vintage, 2005.

  7. The Six Pack Two. Wellington: Whitireia Publishing, 2006.

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

  9. [Smithyman, Kendrick. Seven Sonnets. Auckland: The Pelorus Press, 1946.]

  10. Smithyman, Kendrick. The Blind Mountain and Other Poems. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1950.

  11. Smithyman, Kendrick. The Gay Trapeze. Poems in Pamphlet, 4. Wellington: The Handcraft Press, 1955.

  12. Smithyman, Kendrick. Inheritance. Hamilton & Auckland: Paul’s Book Arcade, 1962.

  13. Smithyman, Kendrick. Flying to Palmerston. Christchurch: Auckland University & Oxford University Press, 1968.

  14. Smithyman, Kendrick. Earthquake Weather. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1972.

  15. Smithyman, Kendrick. The Seal in the Dolphin Pool. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1974.

  16. Smithyman, Kendrick. Dwarf with a Billiard Cue. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1978.

  17. Smithyman, Kendrick. Stories About Wooden Keyboards. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1985.

  18. Smithyman, Kendrick. Are You Going to the Pictures? Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1987.

  19. Smithyman, Kendrick. Selected Poems. Edited by Peter Simpson. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1989.

  20. Smithyman, Kendrick. Auto/Biographies. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1992.

  21. Smithyman, Kendrick. Tomarata. Afterword by Peter Simpson. Tamaki: Holloway Press, 1996.

  22. Smithyman, Kendrick. Atua Wera. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  23. Smithyman, Kendrick. Imperial Vistas Family Fictions. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  24. Smithyman, Kendrick. Last Poems. Edited by Peter Simpson. Auckland: Holloway Press, 2002.

  25. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. Edited by Jack Ross. Auckland: The Writers Group, 2004.

  26. Numbers 3 (June 1955), ed. Charles Doyle, Louis Johnson & James K. Baxter (Lambton Quay, Wellington).

  27. Mate 11 (July 1963), ed. Robin Dudding (Queen Street, Auckland)

  28. Thompson, Robert, & Helen Shaw, ed. Poems by Several Hands: To the Memory of Noel Farr Hoggard. Auckland: Pompallier Press, 1976.

  29. Sinclair, Keith, Murray Edmond & C. K. Stead. Three Poems for Kendrick Smithyman. Auckland: Department of English / Auckland University Press, 20 November 1987.

  30. Spear, Charles. Twopence Coloured. The Caxton Poets 7. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1951.

  31. Stanley, Mary. Starveling Year: Poems. Pegasus New Zealand Poets. Christchurch: The Pegasus Press, 1953.

  32. Stanley, Mary. Starveling Year and Other Poems. 1953. Ed. Kendrick Smithyman. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

  33. Stead, C. K. The New Poetic: Yeats to Eliot. 1964. A Pelican Book. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.

  34. Stead, C. K. Kin of Place: Essays on 20 New Zealand Writers. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  35. Stead, C. K. Book Self: The Reader as Writer and the Writer as Critic. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  36. Stead, C. K. Straw into Gold: Poems New & Selected. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1997.

  37. Stead, C. K. The Right Thing. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2000.

  38. Stead, C. K. Dog: Poems. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002.

  39. Stead, C. K. The Red Tram. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2004.

  40. Stead, C. K. The Black River. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2007.

  41. Stead, C. K. Collected Poems 1951-2006. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2008.

  42. Stead, C. K. Smith’s Dream. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1971.

  43. Stead, C. K. Smith’s Dream. 1971. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1973.

  44. Stead, C. K. All Visitors Ashore. 1984. London: Pan, 1986.

  45. Stead, C. K. The Death of the Body. London: Collins, 1986.

  46. Stead, C. K. Talking about O’Dwyer: A Novel. Auckland: Penguin, 1999.

  47. Stead, C. K. Mansfield. Auckland: Vintage, 2004.

  48. Stead, C. K. My Name was Judas. London: Harvill Secker, 2006.

  49. Stead, C. K. Five for the Symbol. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1981.

  50. Sturm, Terry, ed. The Oxford History of New Zealand Literature in English. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991.

  51. Texidor, Greville. In Fifteen Minutes You Can Say a Lot: Selected Fiction. Ed. Kendrick Smithyman. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1987.

  52. Tregear, Edward. The Verse of Edward Tregear. Ed. K. R. Howe. Palmerston North: Nagare Press, 1989.

  53. Howe, K. R. Singer in a Songless Land: A Life of Edward Tregear, 1846-1931. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.

  54. Turner, Brian. Listening to the River. Dunedin: John McIndoe limited, 1983.

  55. Turner, Brian. Just This: Poems. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009.

  56. Turner, Brian. Somebodies and Nobodies: Growing up in an Extraordinary Sporting Family. Auckland: Vintage, 2002.

  57. Turner, Brian. Into the Wider World: A Back Country Miscellany. Godwit. Auckland: Random House New Zealand, 2008.

  58. Hunt, Janet. Hone Tuwhare: A Biography. Auckland: Godwit, 1998.
  59. Auckland Festival Presents: Tuwhare (New Zealand, 2007).

  60. Tuwhare, Hone. No Ordinary Sun. 1964. Auckland: Godwit, 1998.

  61. Tuwhare, Hone. Mihi: Collected Poems. Auckland: Penguin, 1987.

  62. Tuwhare, Hone. Deep River Talk: Collected Poems. 1993. Introduction by Frank Stewart. Honolulu: University Of Hawaii Press, 1994.

  63. Tuwhare, Hone. Oooooo......!!! Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2005.

  64. Wolfskehl, Karl. 1933: A Poem Sequence – In German and English. Trans. Carol North Valhope & Ernst Morwitz. New York: Schocken Books, 1947.




  65. Boston, Lucy M. The Children of Green Knowe. 1954. Illustrated by Peter Boston. A Puffin Book. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982.

  66. Smithyman, Kendrick. Campana to Montale: Versions from Italian. 2004. Ed. Jack Ross & Marco Sonzogni. Transference Series. Novi Ligure: Edizioni Joker, 2010.

  67. von Sturmer, Richard. invisible sunrise. Auckland: Puriri Press, 2010.

  68. 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.


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  1. Its an okay website but i don't understand what its about

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