Katherine Mansfield and Janet Frame are New Zealand’s best-known fiction writers internationally. Their work is part of a tradition that began in the 1860s and was flourishing in the 2000s.
'Aps saved from drowning', from Distant homes
Advertisement for The greenstone door, 1957
Katherine Mansfield, France, 1916
David Ballantyne, 1948
I think we should go into the jungle