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  • Author:
    Alistair Campbell
  • ISBN:
    0908790945
  • ISBN13:
    978-0908790944
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  • Publisher:
    Hazard (1996)
  • Pages:
    170 pages
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    1189 kb
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1996: Pocket Collected Poems, Christchurch: Hazard Press. 2008: It's Love, Isn't It? (with Meg Campbell), Wellington: HeadworX. 2016: The Collected Poems of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Wellington: Victoria University Press.

1996: Pocket Collected Poems, Christchurch: Hazard Press. 1999: Gallipoli & Other Poems, Wellington: Wai-te-ata Press. 2001: Maori Battalion: A Poetic Sequence, Wellington: Wai-te-ata Press. 2002: Poets in Our Youth: Four Letters in Verse, being four letters in verse to John Mansfield Thomson, Harry Orsman, Pat Wilson and James K. Baxter; Wellington: Pemmican Press. 1961: The Happy Summer, a novel for children.

The Polynesian and the European strains in Campbell’s personality and work are inseparable. Campbell received many honours, most notably the New Zealand Book Award for Poetry (1982), the Creative New Zealand Pacific Arts Committee Senior Artist Award for Literature (1998), an Honorary DLitt from Victoria University of Wellington (1999), and a Prime Minister’s Award for Literary Achievement (2005).

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read Based on a spiral-bound manuscript entitled ‘Complete Poems 1947–2007’ found among Campbell’s papers after his death, this is his most substantial collection to date an. .

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Collected Poems of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Based on a spiral-bound manuscript entitled ‘Complete Poems 1947–2007’ found among Campbell’s papers after his death, this is his most substantial collection to date and the first to be published in hardback since 1981.

Alistair Te Ariki Campbell ONZM (25 June 1925 - 16 August 2009) was a New Zealand poet, playwright, and novelist. Campbell was born in Rarotonga and spent his childhood on Penrhyn island, the home of his mother, Teu (Bosini), a Cook Island Maori

Alistair Te Ariki Campbell ONZM (25 June 1925 - 16 August 2009) was a New Zealand poet, playwright, and novelist. Campbell was born in Rarotonga and spent his childhood on Penrhyn island, the home of his mother, Teu (Bosini), a Cook Island Maori. His father's name was Jock Campbell, a Scot. In 1932, when Campbell was 7, his mother died from tuberculosis. The following year, his father also died and he was sent with his 2 brothers to an orphanage in Dunedin, on New Zealand's South Island.

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Born Alistair Campbell, he later added 'Te Ariki' after going back to the Cook Islands and discovering his . 1996: Pocket Collected Poems, Christchurch: Hazard Press.

Born Alistair Campbell, he later added 'Te Ariki' after going back to the Cook Islands and discovering his grandfather had ties to chiefdom. In his grandfather's honour, Campbell added Te Ariki (the chief) to his name. His first wife was poet, Fleur Adcock, from whom he was later divorced. Poets in our youth: four letters in verse, being four letters in verse to John Mansfield Thomson, Harry Orsman, Pat Wilson and James K.

Pocket Collected Poems. Gallipoli & Other Poems. Wai-te-ata Press, 1999. The Collected Poems of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell. Victoria University Press, 2016. Maori Battalion: A Poetic Sequence. Wai-te-ata Press, 2001. Pemmican Press, 2002. The Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems. Whitcombe and Tombs, 1961. Heinemann Reed, 1989.

Listed by: Unity Books Wellington Based on a spiral-bound manuscript entitled ‘Complete Poems 1947-2007’ found among Campbell’s papers after.

Listed by: Unity Books Wellington. Based on a spiral-bound manuscript entitled ‘Complete Poems 1947-2007’ found among Campbell’s papers after his death, this is his most substantial collection to date and the first to be published in hardback since 1981. The Polynesian and the European strains in Campbell’s personality and work are inseparable. Christchurch, Hazard Press, 1996. Gallipoli and Other Poems. Since his seventieth birthday in 1995, three major books have revived and redefined Alistair Te Ariki Campbell as a poet

Pocket Collected Poems. Since his seventieth birthday in 1995, three major books have revived and redefined Alistair Te Ariki Campbell as a poet. The valedictory Death and the Tagua (1995), filled with retrospection and images of departure, is an address to the poet's lost family that weaves personative, narrative, and Polynesian elements into a resonant lyricism new even for this subtle master of word music.

Poetry, with a new essay on the poet by Roger Robinson.