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I looked on Marguerite as I looked on Poppy — from a distance as part of the past
and another life, and high school with its prospect of years of study, homework,
examinations, gave me a new, serious life without play. I still belonged to the ...
I noted that Mr Brasch looked approvingly as he wrapped it for me. Then he said,
as if startled, 'Oh. You're Janet Frame? Do you live in Dunedin now?' 'I've been
here a few months. I live and work at the Grand Hotel.' He looked uneasy, and ...
I looked towards the Oval with its puddles and seagulls, and I thought of Number
Four Garden Terrace and Aunty Isy, who no longer lived there. Separated at last
from the chocolate trophies of her dancing, she had turned to the source of her ...
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"The years following childhood become welded to their future" By sally tarbox on 8 June 2018 Format: Kindle Edition Second volume of Janet Frame's autobiography, opening where the previous one ended ... Read full review
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I first heard of New Zealand author Janet Frame several years ago when I read that she had been living in a mental hospital and about to be lobotomized, when a doctor recognized her name as the ... Read full review
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