99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry PDF ePub eBook

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99 Ways into New Zealand Poetry free pdf SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2011 NZ POST BOOK AWARDS FOR FICTION This lively and accessible introduction to New Zealand poetry celebrates its richness and variety by outlining many of the ways it can be read - and written. Its 85 poems have been chosen for their quality and because they demonstrates a significant way of understanding poetry, from looking at such elements as form, features and effects to understanding how context and identity are expressed. In addition, 25 poets talk about what inspired them to write specific works. Compiled and written by two of this country's most distinguished poets, and brimming with at least 99 ways to appreciate poetry, it invites you to bring the 100th: your own unique take.

About Paula Green

Paula Green has taught creative writing courses in primary schools and at university level. She has published six poetry collections, including two for children, and several story books. Harry Ricketts has published eight collections of poems, an acclaimed biography of Kipling and two extended essays. He has also edited an anthology of NZ sports writing and written a biography of a dozen WW1 poets. He co-edits New Zealand Books and teaches English Literature and creative non-fiction at Victoria University.

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Author : Paula Green
Publisher : Vintage New Zealand
Data Published : 17 September 2010
ISBN : 1869791789
EAN : 9781869791780
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 624 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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