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by W H Oliver
W H Oliver, a central figure in New Zealand's intellectual landscape, reflects here on the decades of his own life and the history that has shaped him.
A warm portrait of his Cornish parents tells of immigration, rural work, the depression and Labour activism.
This is a poet writing about history and a historian wrting autobiography, perceptive, wry, and sometimes painfully honest.
Paperback, 2002, 178 Pages, very good condition
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