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By Forster, Michelanne
"Downfall offers an opportunity to look at the history of New Zealand through a dramatic lens. Te Keni explores the fraught relationship between Maori and Pakeha in the early colonial period. Larnach reveals the dynamics of the prominent family who established Larnach Castle in D ...
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By Redshaw, Bernard; Forster, Michelanne
Two visits to the Auschwitz concentration camp end in silence.
By Casson, Mark; Werry, Philippa; Forster, Michelanne; Unasa, Leilani; Finn, Richard, OP
"Eight short plays for children. Each play covers a different subject area, including: conservation, Samoan culture, Maori mythology, absurdist comedy, language conventions, fairytales and astronomy. The plays are fun works of fictional storytelling that are focussed on entertain ...
By Forster, Michelanne; Plumb, Vivienne
Engaging, astute and sometimes eccentric minds are revealed in these interviews with twenty of New Zealand's best-loved playwrights. This book offers compelling insights - Roger Hall's opinions on language and laughter, Hone Kouka's mission to shatter racial stereotypes, Renee's ...
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