Travelling to New Zealand: An Oxford Anthology
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 281 pages
This is the first comprehensive anthology of accounts of travel to New Zealand. It illustrates the joys and tediums, perils and pleasures of travel to and within New Zealand since the early nineteenth century, presenting a diverse glimpse of what it might have looked, smelled, and tasted like
to be a visitor from another time and place.
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The straggling village of Auckland 1846
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