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So real, in retrospect

iona Farrell’s (Otago University Press, $35), presented in handsome hardback form with a bookmark ribbon, is an excellent retrospective of a writer known as much for her prose works as for her poetry. It draws on her four earlier collections but includes 27 hitherto “uncollected”

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