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Lack of Potency
(Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English, Flinders University, 1984)
The author discusses a collection of New Zealand short stories, and concludes his discussion by saying "that the quality of literature depends, not on time or place, but on the calibre of the author's ability to grasp ...
Violence in the stories of Frank Sargeson
(Massey University, New Zealand, 1986)
'The stories of Frank Sargeson' contains the bulk of the short fiction produced by New Zealand's foremost writer. Despite Sargeson's fame, it seems that his stories, particularly those portraying violence, are generally ...
Ambiguity and Ambivalence in R.A.K. Mason
The author examines one of R.A.K. Mason's best known poems, Ecce Homunculus, with concern for some of the poem's ambiguities and the possibility that they reveal ambivalence, or at least a richness of meaning, rather than ...