Man Alone

Man Alone

Book - 1971
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'That's Auckland, mate - the Queen of the North.' 'The what?' 'The Queen of the North. That's what they call it - in Auckland. This is God's own, this country.' Man Alone is a literary landmark that has haunted our writing for decades. John Mulgan's vision of New Zealand society as detached and unsentimental, with the power to reject and alienate, enriches our understanding of who, and what, we are.
Publisher: [Auckland, New Zealand] : Longman Paul, [1971].
Branch Call Number: FICTION
Characteristics: 205 p. ;,20 cm.

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