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R.A.K. Mason and the Passing of Time
(Caxton Press, 1981)
R. A. K. Mason (1905-71) is a hauntingly impressive poet who not only shows himself acutely aware of where he is as someone who `Burnt Dian's temple down at Otahuhu' (with an imagination reaching beyond a geographical ...
Charles Brasch and the Betrayal of Romanticism
(Outrigger Publishers Ltd., 1978)
An extension of the author's 1972 essay, '"Disputed Ground" in the Poetry of Charles Brasch'. In this paper, Professor Daalder explains the spiritualizing influence of Wordsworth and Shelley on Brasch's early poems.
"Disputed Ground" in the Poetry of Charles Brasch
(University of Otago Press, 1972)
A response to Vincent O'Sullivan's article, "'Brief Permitted Morning' - Notes on the Poetry of Charles Brasch" in which Professor Daalder discusses issues of spirtuality, temporality and mortality in the 'Disputed Ground' ...