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Thorndon : Wellington and home : my Katherine Mansfield project / Kirsty Gunn.

By: Gunn, Kirsty [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: BWB texts: Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : BWB Text, 2014Description: 124 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781927277447.Subject(s): Gunn, Kirsty | Mansfield, Katherine, 1888-1923 -- Homes and haunts -- New Zealand -- Wellington | Thorndon (Wellington, N.Z.)DDC classification: 993.63 Summary: "For London-based writer Kirsty Gunn, returning to the city of her birth to spend a winter in a tiny colonial cottage in Thorndon is an exciting opportunity to walk the very streets and hills that Katherine Mansfield left behind on her departure from New Zealand, but later longed to revisit. For Mansfield, Gunn writes, home was an instant 'go-to' zone for invention and narrative and characterisation and setting. For Gunn, home is now two places - Here and there the same place after all"--Publisher information.
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"For London-based writer Kirsty Gunn, returning to the city of her birth to spend a winter in a tiny colonial cottage in Thorndon is an exciting opportunity to walk the very streets and hills that Katherine Mansfield left behind on her departure from New Zealand, but later longed to revisit. For Mansfield, Gunn writes, home was an instant 'go-to' zone for invention and narrative and characterisation and setting. For Gunn, home is now two places - Here and there the same place after all"--Publisher information.

"For London-based writer Kirsty Gunn, returning to the city of her birth to spend a winter in a tiny colonial cottage in Thorndon is an exciting opportunity to walk the very streets and hills that Katherine Mansfield left behind on her departure from New Zealand, but later longed to revisit. For Mansfield, Gunn writes, home was an instant 'go-to' zone for invention and narrative and characterisation and setting. For Gunn, home is now two places - Here and there the same place after all"--Publisher information.

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