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A Conversation with my Country

By Alan Duff | Paperback / softback | 1 Review(s)

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A fresh, personal account of New Zealand, now, from one of our hardest-hitting writers.

Following Once Were Warriors, Alan Duff wrote Maori- The Crisis and the Challenge. His controversial comments shook the country. A quarter of a century later, New Zealand and Maoridom are in a very different... read more

Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
02 Jul 2019
Author(s)
Alan Duff
Publisher
Random House New Zealand Ltd
ISBN-13
9780143773269
Dimensions
154mm x 232mm x 27mm
Pages
256
Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
02 Jul 2019
Author(s)
Alan Duff
Publisher
Random House New Zealand Ltd
ISBN-13
9780143773269
Dimensions
154mm x 232mm x 27mm
Pages
256

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31 Jul 2019

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Conversation with my Country

Alan Duff never shies away from discussing
the tough issues that face us as a country. He
always asks the questions to make us stop and
think a little deeper on the state of things and
in his new title he presents ‘where we’ve come
from and where we can go’.
A fresh personal account of New Zealand,
now, from one of our hardest hitting writers.
When Alan wrote Once Were Warriors
and Maori: The Crisis and Challenge, his
controversial comments shook the country.
Now, 25 years later, New Zealand and
Maoridom are in a very different place – and
so is Alan. Returning from living in France,
he views his country with fresh eyes, as it is
now: homing in on the crises in parenting,
prisons, education and welfare systems and a
growing culture of entitlement that entraps
Pakeha and Maori alike. Alan tells it how
he sees it.”

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