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By Morris, Paula
Riffing on truth, lies and secrets, this collection uses fiction to explore fact, and fact to explore fiction.
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Award-winning New Zealand writer Paula Morris talks about coming home and being home, of nostalgia and memory and belonging.
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"'In February I'm coming home to Auckland, after thirty years of living away. Is Auckland still home? Is New Zealand still home? Perhaps, having made and re-made my home in other cities and other countries, I'm at home everywhere and nowhere. Perhaps home can never be one place f...or me...' Award-winning New Zealand writer Paula Morris talks about coming home and being home, of nostalgia and memory and belonging and perhaps even wishful thinking as she reflects on returning to live in New Zealand after more than half a lifetime in foreign places. 'I wonder if the place I've always thought of as home is a place I no longer belong'"--Publisher information.Read more
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Ngati Wai chief Paratene Te Manu spends long sessions, over three long days, having his portrait painted by the Bohemian painter Gottfried Lindauer. Hearing of Lindauer's planned trip to England reminds him of his own journey there, twenty years earlier, with a party of northern ...rangatira. As he sits for Lindauer, Paratene retreats deeper and de...Read more
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