Books

Lauris Edmond
‘Isn’t nineteen an interesting age?’ It was, for Lauris Scott, in wartime Wellington. Based on letters to her mother, this charming memoir tells of a young girl’s passage into womanhood. The f... [+]
Pauline O'Regan
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Thirty years after entering the convent, Pauline O’Regan and two other nuns moved into a raw suburban development, establishing a new form of vocational commitment. This is the story of her life, fa... [+]
W. H. Oliver
An eloquent first account of the poet’s life, written by his contemporary, historian and poet, Bill Oliver. It concentrates on James K. Baxter's poetry as both source and justification for biog... [+]

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