(Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, Singapore, 1985)Frank Sargeson's "That Summer" is, amongst his 'short' stories, not only by far the longest in the genre in which amongst New Zealand writers he probably reigns supreme, but also an important library work to study. The ...
(Massey University, New Zealand, 1986)'The stories of Frank Sargeson' contains the bulk of the short fiction produced by New Zealand's foremost writer. Despite Sargeson's fame, it seems that his stories, particularly those portraying violence, are generally ...
(The South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, 1986)The author suggests that one reason for accepting Frank Sargeson's stories as realistic is that there have been no close analyses of any of them. In discussing "The hole that Jack dug" the author aims to show that such a ...
(Outrigger Publishers Ltd., 1977)Review of R.A. Copland's book, 'Frank Sargeson', (Wellington:1976).