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By Cresswell, Mary
Mary Cresswell's poetry looks at memory and loss via a variety of structures, and often with humour. She uses images of the Pacific to illustrate much of her work, using not only her admiration for islands (tropic through subantarctic) but also her own journey from California to ...New Zealand.Read more
By Cresswell, Mary; Illustrated by Slade Robinson, Nikki
Satiric verse dealing with life in the workplace, with the ups and downs of romance, and with life in general; verbal caricatures of familiar faces and all-too-familiar situations.
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Every day we find ourselves in many spaces - green fields, force fields, playing fields, battlefields, left field or right field - where the ground rules differ and it's important to stay aware of the differences.
Fifty years after she arrived in New Zealand from Los Angeles, Mary Cresswell's focus is unchanged. As a poet with a scientist's concern for detail she is still drawn to nature and what humanity has done with it.
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