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Then one day I saw Charles Brasch standing behind the counter selling books.
Charles Brasch, the poet! I thought, Speak for us, great sea. Speak in the night,
compelling The frozen heart to hear The memoried to forget. O speak, until your ...
I left the story and poems at the Modern Book shop, in an envelope addressed to
Charles Brasch, and I returned to the Grand Hotel to await the response. I sat in
my room inventing all possible judgments, imagining Charles Brasch in his ...
Extracts from 'Great Sea, Kona Coast, Hawaii' and 'A View from Rangitoto' by
Charles Brasch reprinted by permission of Mr Alan Roddick and the estate of
Charles Brasch. Extract from 'Time' by Allen Curnow reprinted by permission of
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