Three poems by Janet Frame

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28th August, 2004
Janet Frame would have turned 80 on August 28. In honour of the occasion, the Listener is proud to publish three poems by the great New Zealand writer. None has been published before. Their publication now - the first new work to be published since Frame's death earlier this year - has been made possible by the kind permission of the Janet Frame Literary Trust, which was set up in 1999 to provide financial support to New Zealand writers. Speaking for the trust, Pamela Gordon - Janet's niece - says the literary executors are striving to "heed the wishes of the angel at our table" in ...

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