The Situation of the Writer in New Zealand

Jane Mander author of ‘Story of a New Zealand River’ and Ngaio Marsh, famous crime novelist, on the cultural obstacles facing New Zealand writers in the 1930’s


Press, Volume LXX, Issue 21348, 15 December 1934, Page 19
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Press, Volume LXX, Issue 21354, 22 December 1934, Page 17

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With thanks to the National Library of New Zealand

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