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Maoriland: New Zealand Literature 1872–1914


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We wish to thank our research assistant, Daphne Lawless. The University of Canterbury provided an internal research grant for travel and research assistance. The Stout Research Centre at Victoria University provided an office in Wellington and convivial and helpful company for Mark Williams during 2001. Victoria University provided a Faculty Research Grant. Thanks also to the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Archives in Wellington, the Macmillan Brown Library of the University of Canterbury, the Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales, the British Library, the J. C. Beaglehole Room of Victoria University, Wellington, and the Brotherton Library of the University of Leeds.

Parts of this book have appeared in the Journal of New Zealand Literature; the University of Toronto Quarterly; Kunapipi; Proceedings of the AASA Conferences, India, 2000 and 2004; Bulletin of the Bibliographic Society of Australia and New Zealand. Parts of 'Fashioned Intimacies: Maoriland and Colonial Modernity' are reworked here from Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 37 no 1, pp. 31–48. 'Victorian Poetry and the Indigenous Poet' is reprinted from Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 39 no 1, pp. 29–42. Both articles are used here by permission of Sage Publications, Copyright (© Sage Publications, 2002 and 2004).

Thanks to the audiences of papers delivered at the Stout Research Centre, Wellington, the English and History Departments at the University of Otago, and the English Department at Victoria University.

Thanks also to Ralph Crane, Tony Ballantyne, Richard Hill, Brian Opie, Harry Ricketts, Lydia Wevers, Melvin Kersey and Stuart Murray. page 8Students at Victoria and Canterbury Universities have helped us develop our ideas, especially Erica Schouten, Daphne Lawless and Hamish Win. Louise Weston-Condon and Melissa Lam, on University of Canterbury summer scholarships, found elusive material in the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Cover image: Tony de Lautour, 'Land of Promise', 1999.