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Poems to a Glass Woman

Poems to a Glass Woman
  

Written in 19445, these poems record the immediate impact of James K. Baxters first serious love affair. The sequence is published for the first time on the 40th anniversary of the poets death, 22 October 2013

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ISBN 9780864738363
Barcode 9780864738363
Published 10 May 2012 by Victoria University Press
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Baxter, James K.
Edited by Weir, John
Availability In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days

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ISBN-13 9780864738363
ISBN-10 0864738366
Stock Available
Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Victoria University Press
Imprint Victoria University Press
Publication Date 10 May 2012
International Publication Date 1 June 2013
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Baxter, James K.
Edited by Weir, John
Category Poetry & Poets
Poetry Texts & Anthologies
NZ, Maori & Pasifika
New Zealand & Related
Number of Pages 0
Dimensions Width: 140mm
Height: 210mm
Weight 90g
Interest Age 14+ years
Reading Age 14+ years
NBS Text Poetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies
ONIX Text General/trade
Dewey Code 821.2
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Written in 1944-5, these poems record the immediate impact of James K. Baxter's first serious love affair. The sequence is published for the first time on the 40th anniversary of the poet's death, 22 October 2013.

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Author's Bio

James K. Baxter, one of New Zealand's finest poets and most controversial figures, was a dramatist, literary critic, and social commentator intimately involved in the social process. Known for his barefoot and bearded appearance, he was often at odds with a society unable to face its disturbing reflection in his work. He died in 1972. John Weir is a Catholic priest and was a close friend of James Baxter.

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