|Contributions||Reed, Alfred Hamish, 1875-1975|
|LC Classifications||DU411 T7 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||156|
WITH ANTHONY TROLLOPE IN NEW ZEALAND. Edited by A. H. Reed. Reed, $ reviewed by E. E. Bush. A two-month visit in by the famous English novelist, Anthony Trollope, resulted in the publication in of his impressions, together with much background of both the history and the geography of New Zealand. he is traditionally credited. And we have an edited Trollope on New Zealand. With Anthony Trollope in New Zealand is edited by A. H. Reed, pub lished by A. H. & A. W. Reed for the Dunedin Public Library, financed by the Reed Publications Fund of . With Anthony Trollope in New Zealand is edited by A. H. Reed, published by A. H. & A. W. Reed for the Dunedin Public Library, financed by the Reed Publications Fund of the Dunedin Public Library, its illustrations (by Sid Scales) financed by the Otago Early Settlers Association's Reed Publications Fund. The illustrations are to be regretted. The Spectator, no. CCXC. A forerunner to the great periodicals of the nineteenth century, the Spectator was a short-lived daily publication (; ). Edited by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, it was a successor to Steele’s Tatler (). Articles were written by the imaginary ‘Mr. Spectator’, who offered commentary on the London social scene and .
Early New Zealand Books (ENZB) is a project from the library of the University of Auckland, New Zealand, launched in , that aims at providing keyword-searchable text of significant books published about New Zealand in the first two-thirds of the nineteenth also includes the subsequently published memoirs, journals and correspondence of people active in this era. The First Book of New Zealand by Edna Mason Kaula: First lessons in the Maori language with a short vocabulary by W. L. Williams: The first New Zealand bushranger by David McGill: First Thousand Years: Regional Perspectives in New Zealand Archaeology by Nigel Prickett: The first touch of light by Ruth Pettis: First walks in New Zealand by A. H. Another Victorian novelist, Anthony Trollope, writing in his travel narrative Australia and New Zealand (London, ), thought the New Zealand appreciation of Dickens to be greater than in his home country. During his trip to Otago, Trollope remarked: ‘In all these towns there are libraries, and the books are strongly bound and well thumbed. Later in the century Anthony Trollope did come, on what has been called the first celebrity tour of Australia and New Zealand, and wrote a book about it, imaginatively titled Australia and New Zealand, which infuriated readers on both sides of the Tasman for its factual errors and unflattering opinions. He asserted that Australia had ‘an.
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