Author: Alistair Te Ariki CampbellPublish On: 2016-10
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 ... Six thematic sections map the work: 1.
Author: Alistair Te Ariki Campbell
The Collected Poems of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell is the definitive edition of one of the most important bodies of work in New Zealand poetry. 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. Six thematic sections map the work: 1. Of Wild Places -- celebrated early lyrics set among rugged South Island and Kapiti Coast landscapes; 2. Tongareva to Aotearoa -- Campbell’s ground-breaking turn to his Polynesian side; 3. Love Poems; 4. War Poems -- powerful sequences exploring his father’s Gallipoli experiences and the story of the Maori Battalion; 5. Poets in Our Youth -- autobiographical poems in letter form; and 6. Looking at Kapiti -- poems of everyday life in Pukerua Bay. 'The Polynesian and the European strains in Campbell’s personality and work are inseparable. Although his early poetry makes little mention of Polynesia, in its romantic and musical tone and its intense attachment to landscape it is hard not to detect something of those origins, while his later work, more directly Polynesian, nonetheless has the form and tone provided by an education in English and classical poetry.’ --Nelson Wattie, The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature
Having just turned 80, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell presents the best of his early and middle period poems, as well as his latest collections, Gallipoli and other Poems, Maori Battalion and an autobiographical poem in letters, Poets in Our ...
Author: Alistair Campbell
Category: New Zealand poetry
Having just turned 80, Alistair Te Ariki Campbell presents the best of his early and middle period poems, as well as his latest collections, Gallipoli and other Poems, Maori Battalion and an autobiographical poem in letters, Poets in Our Youth. Few New Zealand poets have treated the natural world with greater sensitivity, while his personal lyrics and love poems have a music and a depth of feeling that set them apart.
LISTAIR TE ARIKI CAMPBELL , poet and novelist , was born in Rarotonga in
1925 , of Scottish - Polynesian descent . ... 1975 ) , The Dark Lord of Savaiki (
Pukerua Bay : Te Kotare Press , 1980 ) , Collected Poems ( Martinborough : Alistair ...
Author: Antonella Sarti
Category: Literary Criticism
In a land caught between the sea and cloud, where the natural landscape still refuses civilization, there are those; the composers of words, tellers of tales, that help shape the minds of the people that live on its shores. They are spiritcarvers. New Zealand writing today is engaging in an intent struggle to subvert multiple shapes into voices. These interviews, as a record of biographical orature, are shaped into presenting the figure of the storyteller through memory and language; explorations of how we imagine and create ourselves with and into words. Here we encounter the dichotomy of fiction and non-fiction, myth and consensual reality, imagination and truth: do we live within our own selected fictions? Identity is shaped by the authors' sense of displacement as well as of belonging - meeting otherness with dispossession, discovering connection through isolation. Among the focal points of the interviews are the role of women's writing, Maori writing, interrelations among different cultures, and the influence of literary and oral tradition within New Zealand.
The following selected poets have books published. A. Cook Islands. Mine Eyes
Dazzle (1950), by the New Zealand-based Cook Islands (Tongareva) poet Alistair Te Ariki Campbell (1925–2009), was the first book of poetry by a
Polynesian to ...
Author: Roland Greene
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The Princeton Handbook of World Poetries—drawn from the latest edition of the acclaimed Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics—provides a comprehensive and authoritative survey of the history and practice of poetry in more than 100 major regional, national, and diasporic literatures and language traditions around the globe. With more than 165 entries, the book combines broad overviews and focused accounts to give extensive coverage of poetic traditions throughout the world. For students, teachers, researchers, poets, and other readers, it supplies a one-of-a-kind resource, offering in-depth treatment of Indo-European poetries (all the major Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, and Romance languages, and others); ancient Middle Eastern poetries (Hebrew, Persian, Sumerian, and Assyro-Babylonian); subcontinental Indian poetries (Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Urdu, and more); Asian and Pacific poetries (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian, Nepalese, Thai, and Tibetan); Spanish American poetries (those of Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Chile, and many other Latin American countries); indigenous American poetries (Guaraní, Inuit, and Navajo); and African poetries (those of Ethiopia, Somalia, South Africa, and other countries, and including African languages, English, French, and Portuguese). Complete with an introduction by the editors, this is an essential volume for anyone interested in understanding poetry in an international context. Drawn from the latest edition of the acclaimed Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics Provides more than 165 authoritative entries on poetry in more than 100 regional, national, and diasporic literatures and language traditions throughout the world Features extensive coverage of non-Western poetic traditions Includes an introduction, bibliographies, cross-references, and a general index
Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand Mark Pirie, Tim Jones. revised from
Habitual ... Alistair Te Ariki Campbell: 'Looking at Kapiti' from The Dark Lord of
Savaiki: Collected Poems (2005), Hazard Press to the author. Meg Campbell: '
Author: Mark Pirie
Publisher: Interactive Publications
Poetry. Science Fiction. Prose writers have had it their own way for too long. At last, here is an anthology of poetry from New Zealand that captures the essence of science fiction: aliens, space travel, time travel, the end of the world - as well as concepts you may not previously have thought of as science fiction. Fasten your seatbelts as editors Mark Pirie and Tim Jones present some of New Zealand's best poets--past and present--shining the flashlight of science fiction on our universe, and relishing the strange images that result.
Classic New Zealand Poets in Performance is a 2-CD set of 27 classic New Zealand poets, from Fairburn to Brian Turner, reading their own work. The CDs are accompanied by a book of the texts of the poems reproducing them exactly as read, as well as brief biographies of and bibliographies for each poet. The poets are arranged chronologically by date of birth and each reads for about five minutes (2-5 poems) in recordings made in 1974 and/or 2004. The poets include the leading voices of New Zealand poetry, Mason, Curnow, Glover, Baxter, Edmond, Tuwhare, Frame, Campbell, Smither, Turner, Stead, and were chosen for the quality and significance of their work and for their commitment to voice and performance as an integral part of their poetry.
100 New Zealand Poems about Animals Siobhan Harvey ... Buddhist Comes to
Call , Hen Enterprises , 2004 ; Alistair Te Ariki Campbell , ' To Saddler a Puppy '
from Collected Poems , Hazard Press , 1996 ; Janet Charman , ' Not So Fast from
Author: Siobhan Harvey
From Baxter to Hunt, Frame to Glover, Curnow to Edmond, animals are widely found in New Zealand verse and are the subject of some of our most famous and endearing poems. In Our Own kind Siobhan Harvey brings them together in an intelligently and affectionately chosen anthology that's beautifully enhanced by outstanding animal photographs by Mark Smith. The sections of the collection are headed as follows and indeed provide something for everyone: Bow - Wow, Miaow, A Box of Birds, Other Pets, Creepy - crawly, Moana, Zoo, Farm.
Alistair Te Ariki Campbell , ' August ' and ' Lament , Wild Honey , OUP , London ,
1964 ; ' Love Song for Meg ' and ' Why Don ' t You Talk to Me ? ' , Kapiti : Selected Poems 1947 – 71 , Pegasus Press , Christchurch , 1972 ; ' To My Grandson ...
Author: Lauris Edmond
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Literary Criticism
Offers an historical survey of New Zealand's heritage of amorous poetry.
So his third volume Stone Blind Love is another poem cycle , another search for
love but through the unlikely substance of stone , pictured in a ... Manuscript Collection : University of Canterbury , Christchurch . CAMPBELL , Alistair ( Te Ariki ) .
Author: Cecil Day-Lewis
Publisher: Saint James Press
Category: American poetry
Contains biographical entries, a list of separately published books, and an essay on each poet.
... CAMPBELL Born in Rarotonga in 1925 , Alistair Te Ariki Campbell moved to
New Zealand on the death of his parents in 1933 . He has published a trilogy of
novels and an autobiography , and his Pocket Collected Poems appeared in
ALISTAIR TE ARIKI CAMPBELL ( 1925 ; Tongareva ) was born in Rarotonga . On
the death of his parents , he came ... His Collected Poems ( 1981 ) won the New
Zealand Book Award for Poetry in 1982 . His most recent work includes Anansi ...
Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki. The Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems.
Christchurch: Hazard Press, 2005. Carson, Michael Thomas. "Inter-cultural
Contact and Exchange in Ouvea." PhD thesis: Univ. Hawai'i, 2002. Chai, R.
Makana Risser, ed.
Thus , his third volume , Stone Blind Love , is another poem cycle on the search
for love , but through the unlikely substance of stone , pictured in a surrealism as
strange ... Wellington , Victoria University - Wai - te - ata Press , 1963 . ... CAMPBELL , Alistair ( Te Ariki ) Novels The Frigate Bird . ... Collected Poems
1947 - 1981 .
Author: Thomas Riggs
Publisher: Detroit, MI : St. James Press
Category: American poetry
Concise discussions of the lives and principal works of poets from around the world, written by subject experts.
Te. Ariki. Campbell. Alistair Te Ariki Campbell ( b . 1925 ) has a long association
with Victoria University throughout his ... Other significant titles include Wild
Honey ( 1964 ) , The Dark Lord of Savaiki ( 1980 ) and Pocket Collected Poems ...
Author: Roger Robinson
Publisher: Victoria University Press
Category: Authors, New Zealand
An anthology of articles, fiction and poems related to the city and region of Wellington by authors who have been Victoria University of Wellington writing fellows.