Matriarchs: A Generation of New Zealand Women Talk to Judith Fyfe

By: Fyfe, Judith

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Matriarchs: A Generation of New Zealand Women Talk to Judith Fyfe by Fyfe, Judith
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Auckland, New Zealand: Penguin Books, 1990. "A group of women who have been chosen to represent aspects of their generation: ten women who are regarded as matriarchs or leaders within their family, community organisation or profession'. Fyfe's aim was to `select women from different levels of society - rural and urban, with different educational racial and cultural backgrounds - who were typical of their generation rather than exceptional." CONDITION Unworn, pp 184 with b/w photo iilus, small name to ffep else tight unread copy. #New Zealand Biography#. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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