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A Popular Vision: The Arts and the Left in New Zealand 1930-1950


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1G. Texidor, These Dark Glasses, in Texidor, In Fifteen Minutes You Can Say A Lot. Selected Fiction. Ed. and with an introduction by K. Smithyman. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1987, p.26
2 Phoenix, Mar. 1932 (v.1, n.1), pp.[2], [1]
3M.H. Holcroft, Discovered Isles. A Trilogy. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1950, p.83; A Curnow, A Book of New Zealand Verse 1923-45. Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1945, p.18
4Ibid., pp.16,18
5D. Glover, Typographical Printing Today', in A.H. McLintock (ed.), An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand Wellington: Government Printer, 1966, v.2, pp.871-2
6J. C. Beaglehole, 'From Bookshop Assistant to O. M. Eminent ex-Bookseller talks to N.Z. Jubilee Conference', Bookseller-, 3418, 26 June 1971, pp.2594-7; 'Book Production in New Zealand', Studio, Apr. 1948 (v.135, n.661), pp.130-1
7P. Fraser, Apr. 1948, quoted in J. M. Fox, 'State Aid to the Arts in New Zealand'. MA thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1967, p.26
8 Phoenix, Mar. 1932 (v.1, n1i), p. [1]; 'Notes', Landfall, Mar. 1947 (v.1, n.1), p.3
9E. H. McCormick, Letters andArt in New Zealand. Wellington: Department of Internal Affairs, 1940, p.189; A.R.D. Fairburn, review of A. Curnow, Enemies. Poems 1934-36, Tomorrow, 28 Apr. 1937 (v.3, n.13), p.415 10 J. Shelley, 'Canterbury Society of Arts Annual Exhibition', Art in New Zealand, June 1934 (v.6, n.4), p.178