Book Self: The Reader as Writer and the Writer as Critic Paperback – Jul 1 2008
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"The poetry criticism is first rate. . . . His journal entries . . . provide a valuable behind-the-scenes take on the international literary festival circuit." Sydney Morning Herald
"The fascination of autofiction should not distract from the range of critical and autobiographical pleasures to be found in this book." The Warwick Review
About the Author
C. K. Stead is a leading figure in New Zealand literature. He is the author of The Black River, The New Poetic, The Singing Whakapapa, Visitors Ashor, and Yeats to Eliot. His novel, Smith’s Dream, won a Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award and was later adapted as the film Sleeping Dogs.
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