My Hand Will Write What My Heart Dictates: The Unsettled Lives of Women in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand As Revealed to Sisters, Family and Friends

By: Porter, Frances; &

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My Hand Will Write What My Heart Dictates: The Unsettled Lives of Women in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand As Revealed to Sisters, Family and Friends by Porter, Frances; & MacDonald, Charlotte (Eds)
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Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press, 1996. "The women in this book are mainly Pakeha. They are domestic servants, governors' wives and farmers, married, single, widowed or deserted. They write about love, friendship, children, destitution, illness and grief. Maori women write about land, loss and love, about families and domestic events - in both Maori and English" CONDITION 518 pages. Tight copy is fresh and appears unread, sl crease to bottom front.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Large 8vo.

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