4 edition of Antipodean tales found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Stephen Cain.|
|Contributions||Cain, Stephen, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||PR9637.35.F35 A58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||97114253|
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Greg McGee. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Awards: Long-listed for Ockham New Zealand Book Awards - Fiction Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: "An ailing New Zealander returns to Venice, determined to confront his past. He's accompanied by his. We’re now firmly into the Saturnalian period ( December), and continue our series of Saturnalian surprises with Sonya Nevin’s discovery of George O’Connor’s Olympians graphic novels. Sonya is an ancient historian at the University of Roehampton (her book, Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare: Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity .
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Kangaroo Tales. Australian Stories for Children. Hammonsworth: Penguin Books, Paperback. 8vo, pp. Printed paper wrapper. Very good. Antipodean tales book # Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "New Zealand's first anthology of Gothic tales"--Introduction.
Description: pages ; 21 cm. Beginning with the return to Venice of an old man determined to confront his past, The Antipodeans spans three generations of a New Zealand family and their interaction with three families of Northern Italy/5.
Through these various successive tales, linked together in original ways under a range of different thematic headings, Desmond O’Grady shows how the year-long relationship between the Antipodeans and Toscana has so far been an "opportunity but also a challenge," a reflection O’Grady presents through this latest multi-voiced creation.
Not the apologetics, nor the children’s tales, but works on the scale of his Oxford (OHEL) volume English Literature in the Sixteenth Century (but “excluding the drama,” saddled for ever with its stuffy sub-title) which manages to be both objective and personal, funny and austere.
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Disbound from a volume, with two small perforations at left side. Very good condition. The Penguin Book of World Folk Tales On August 1, By antipodeanodyssey1 In Uncategorized I’ve been thinking about the books I read as a child, in particular the collections of myths, folklore and fairytales.
One of them stands out for me: The Penguin Book of World Folk Tales, edited by Milton Rugoff, and illustrated by Joseph Low. THE ANTIPODEAN PHOTOBOOK. Many Tribes: The Australian & New Zealand Photobook A talk by Doug Spowart The photobook disrupted the ’s prediction that ‘the book is dead’ and grew into a worldwide phenomenon.
Antipodean Tales Friday, 20 March Down The Middle. Not The Time To Head South "So what's it like then. " in a book called The Black Book, that had in it and a character called Black Aengus, and met an Aboriginal called Aengus (same spelling) in the same day (very spooky).
He gave me a wrist band that glowed in the dark and shook my. Mythical Jigsaws and Alphabetical Odysseys: An Ancient Mappe of Fairyland and More On June 3, By antipodeanodyssey1 In Centaur, Children's Culture, Children's Media, Classical Myth, fantasy, myth, Odyssey, Play, puzzles, Uncategorized, writing Leave a comment.
John has published two books of natural history, The Dawn of Life and Other Australian Tales and Power of Plants: a Botanical Journey, and has presented twice on Ockham’s Razor for Radio National. He has made two previous collections of poetry, Nature, Place and Spirit and Sweet and Sour: Poems of Gender Fluid Life.
Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer. London: Covici-Friede, Limited edition. Hardcover. Edition limited toillustrated by Rockwell Kent. Folio, 2 vols. Natural linen, uncut edges, t.e.g. Spines very slightly darkened, couple very light marks, otherwise a very nice copy.
With the original text and the translation printed side by side. The three tales included here are: A Simple Heart, The Legend of Saint Julian the Hospitaller, and Herodias. Bright blue buckram cover with black title on spine.
Original dj with black title on blue ground; black title on cream colored spine. Dj in mylar protective cover. Margaret Atwood, the frazzled-haired Canadian author of the blockbuster The Handmaid’s Tale franchise is set to make another fortune in an author tour to her bien-pensant admirers in the Antipodes.
Atwood’s tiresome dystopian “chick lit” theme (it’s Orwell’s with women rather than men being oppressed by Big Brother) has already earned her a $20 million purse from the Tale. What Happened on the Bounty by Danielsson, Bengt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at antipodes (ăn-tĭp′ə-dēz′) pl.n.
Any two places or regions that are on diametrically opposite sides of the earth. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Something that is the exact opposite or contrary of another; an antipode. [Middle English, people with feet opposite ours, from Latin, from Greek, from pl.
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Thank you. Doug Spowart. THE BEST ANTIPODEAN PHOTOBOOKS Compiled by DOUG Spowart & VICTORIA Cooper for The Antipodean Photobook.The Antipodes is a shift from Annie Baker's recent works in that it has a multitude of voices competing in nearly every scene.
This makes sense as its set in a writers' room where the characters are conceptualizing a new story project. It was similar to Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves' with multiple conversations taking place.
Reading these sections is disorienting, but live it may /5(36).Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This debut collection from David Malouf, now one of Australia's most highly acclaimed and popular authors, won the Victorian Premier's Literary Award and the Vance Palmer Award and established Malouf's reputation as one of the great writers of contemporary Australian fiction.