Departures, Refurbishings, and Arrivals

New Zealand fiction in the 1980s
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July 1983, no. 52

Departures, Refurbishings, and Arrivals

New Zealand fiction in the 1980s
by
July 1983, no. 52

The house of fiction in New Zealand, neither a large not crowded dwelling at the best of times, has emptied somewhat dismayingly over the past year or two with the deaths in rapid succession of four highly respected long-term tenants: Ngaio Marsh, John A. Lee, Frank Sargeson, and M.K. Joseph, the first three of whom have been in residence for almost fifty years.

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