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Critical Essays on Robin Hyde

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Robin Hyde, journalist, poet, novelist, war correspondent (from China, in 1938) and committed political figure, was central to the movements and debates of a volatile period in New Zealand society. As a writer Hyde was not afraid to draw on her own experience of the dangers of new-found freedoms for women. This first critical study of the diverse writings of Robin Hyde includes new information on her life and work and studies that enlarge our understanding of a courageous yet vulnerable figure and the vitality, richness and wit of her writing.

Author Biography

Mary Edmond-Paul. has previously edited two anthologies (one of poetry and one of prose) and published Her Side of the Story (1999), which explored the importance of reading three women writers in terms of the material culture of which their work was part.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2008
Contributor
Edited by Mary Edmond-Paul
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Illustrations
Illustrations
Imprint
Otago University Press
Pages
226
Dimensions
260x180x18
ISBN-13
9781877372582
Product ID
2967062

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