The Life of James K. Baxter

Author(s): Frank McKay

New Zealand Literature | Literary biography

Widely considered to be the greatest poet New Zealand has produced, James K. Baxter (1926-1972) was full of contradictions: a poet who spent much of his time exercising a concern for society's outcasts; a man with intense loyalty to his country who frequently condemned its institutions; a devout convert to Roman Catholicism whose life did not follow many of the usual practices of the church. This volume is the definitive biography of James K. Baxter, a man whose life and ideas were central to the New Zealand experience.

Epsom Trust plate inside cover, dustjacket slightly faded

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General Fields

  • : 9780195581348
  • : Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand
  • : Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand
  • : 0.00997903
  • : October 1990
  • : 1.158 Inches X 6.38 Inches X 9.63 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Frank McKay
  • : Hardback with dust jacket
  • : very good
  • : 352