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Disputed ground : Robin Hyde, journalist / introduced and selected by Gillian Boddy & Jacqueline Matthews.

By: Hyde, Robin, 1906-1939.
Contributor(s): Boddy, Gillian, 1944- | Matthews, Jacqueline D | BODDY, Gillian ed | MATTHEWS, Jacqueline ed.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Essays & interviews: Publisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Victoria University Press, 1991Description: xi, 412 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, portraits ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 086473204X (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Hyde, Robin, 1906-1939 | Journalists -- New Zealand -- Biography | Authors, New Zealand -- 20th century -- Biography | Women authors, New Zealand -- 20th century -- Biography | New Zealand -- Social conditions -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 070.92 | NZ828.209 | NZ823.2 Summary: "... This book brings together for the first time the best of Hyde's journalism. Alongside extracts from the now out of print Journalese (1934) are previously uncollected articles and reviews from newspapers and magazines, ranging in subject matter from the Treaty of Waitangi to the Spanish Civil War, from China in the thirties to the Queen Street Riots. These detailed and vivid accounts of aspects of New Zealand society and the international situation have an urgency with makes them relevant to us all.The biographical introduction offers a fuller picture than we have had of this remarkable writer, drawing on interviews, letters and the work itself." -- Back cover.
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Brings together ... the best of Hyde's journalism ... [preceded by a] biographical introduction ... drawing on interviews, letters and the work itself"--Back cover.

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 395-406).

"... This book brings together for the first time the best of Hyde's journalism. Alongside extracts from the now out of print Journalese (1934) are previously uncollected articles and reviews from newspapers and magazines, ranging in subject matter from the Treaty of Waitangi to the Spanish Civil War, from China in the thirties to the Queen Street Riots. These detailed and vivid accounts of aspects of New Zealand society and the international situation have an urgency with makes them relevant to us all.The biographical introduction offers a fuller picture than we have had of this remarkable writer, drawing on interviews, letters and the work itself." -- Back cover.

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