4 edition of Frank Sargeson found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PR9639.3.S3 Z72 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
|LC Control Number||96113718|
Among what remained of Sargeson’s book collection, which included a copy of Ulysses bought in Paris in the late s during his only visit to Europe, was a shelf of New Zealand writers he encouraged or helped get into print: Frame, Lay, C.K. Stead, Dan Davin, Maurice Duggan, Kevin Ireland. ‘The Great Irrigation Scheme of New Zealand. New in , the Sargeson Prize is New Zealand's richest short story prize, sponsored by the University of Waikato. Named for celebrated New Zealand writer Frank Sargeson, the Prize was conceived by writer Catherine Chidgey, who also lectures in Writing Studies at the University.
‘That tiny fibrolite dwelling, set in the subsistence garden that Frank cultivated like a small farm,’ he wrote in his memoir Under the bridge and over the moon, ‘became a literary kingdom entirely without guards or frontiers and where the only cards of identity were books’. ReadingRoom. Revealed: the truth about Frank Sargeson’s imprisoned lover Steve Braunias pursues the puzzle of the pāua shell painter who was imprisoned for having sex with Frank Sargeson – and finds a wildly different version of events than the official story as handed down by Sargeson’s biographer Michael King.
The generosity of the Frank Sargeson Trust was my stepping stone into literary life, writes Catherine Chidgey, the driving force – and judge – Author: Catherine Chidgey. "A Great Day," a short story by New Zealand writer Frank Sargeson, was first published in Sargeson's collection of stories A Man and His Wife (Christchurch, New Zealand, ). It was reprinted in Sargeson's Collected Stories in (reprinted, ). Sargeson is one of New Zealand's best-known writers.
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The pen name of Norris Frank Davey. He is considered one of the most prominent short story writers of New Zealand, alongside Katherine Mansfield.
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Short story competition. First offered inthe Sargeson Prize is New Zealand's richest short story prize, sponsored by the University of Waikato. Named for celebrated New Zealand writer Frank Sargeson, the Prize was conceived by writer Catherine Chidgey, who also lectures in Writing Studies at the University.
Looking for books by Frank Sargeson. See all books authored by Frank Sargeson, including Memoirs Of A Peon, and Letters of Frank Sargeson, and more on Frank Sargeson () was the first major New Zealand writer to remain in New Zealand.
From the s he turned New Zealand writing in a new direction, publishing short stories that 'moulded' the language and rhythm of everyday New Zealand speech into a literary form' and won acclaim throughout the English speaking world.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Sargeson, Frank, ; Format: Book; p. ; 22 cm. Perfectly Frank - The Life of a New Zealand Writer - Biographer Michael King takes us through the life of pioneering writer Frank Sargeson: from puritanical parents to self-discovery in London, through to decades encouraging an emerging tide of New Zealand writers.
The documentary’s most priceless moments are the tales told when four of those writers return to Sargeson’s. Named for celebrated New Zealand writer Frank Sargeson, the Prize was conceived by writer Catherine Chidgey, who also lectures in Writing Studies at the University.
Entries open on 1 April for the Sargeson Prize and close at pm (NZST) on 30 June There is no entry fee, and entries are limited to one per writer, per division.
Named for celebrated New Zealand writer Frank Sargeson, the Prize was conceived by writer Catherine Chidgey, who also lectures in Writing Studies at the University. Entries open on 1 April for the (and inaugural) Sargeson Prize and close at pm (NZST) on 30 June Frank Sargeson: | |Frank Sargeson| (21 March – 1 March ) was the pen name of |Norris Frank Davey|.
World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. Frank Sargeson is one of New Zealand's best-loved and most important writers. Besides the ground-breaking short stories, he wrote memoirs, novels, and plays.
He encouraged at least three generations of younger writers and, for most of his adult life, the famous bach behind the hedge at 14 Esmonde Road was at the heart of New Zealand's artistic.