Alice Roland, Together With Her Children, Boxes, Mattresses And Piano, Is Punted Up River To The Appalling Isolation Of Their New Home, A Small House Against A Splendid Wall Of Bush In The Kauri Forest At Pukekaroro She Is Joining Her Husband There, A Reunion That Is Far From Warm, But This Remote Place Is To Mark Alice S Long And Steady Growth Towards Shared Love, A New Awareness Of Life And A Sense Of Personal Liberation First Published In New York In 1920, This Is The First New Zealand Novel To Confront Convincingly Many Of The Twentieth Century S Major Political, Religious, Moral And Social Issues Most Significantly Women S Rights Daring For Its Time In Its Exploration Of Sexual, Emotional And Intellectual Freedom, The New Zealand Herald Found The Ending Too Early For Good Public Morality It Is The Most Celebrated Of Jane Mander S Six Novels, And Is Believed By Many To Be The Inspiration Of Jane Campion S Film The Piano.
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- 318 pages
- The Story Of A New Zealand River
- Jane Mander
- 24 November 2017 Jane Mander