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The Phoenix

The Phoenix

A poem by R. A. K. Mason, 'Stoic overthrow', appears in this first volume of The Phoenix, an Auckland University student literary magazine. By the third issue, in 1933, Mason had taken over the editorship from James Bertram and the focus had shifted to politics, a reflection of Mason's own espousal of Marxist principles at this time.

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Alexander Turnbull Library
Reference: The Phoenix, no 1 (1932) (S-L-116-COVER )

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Rebecca Rice and Mark Williams, 'Criticism and the arts - Critical approaches, 1930s to 1980s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/object/42922/the-phoenix (accessed 26 July 2017)

Story by Rebecca Rice and Mark Williams, published 22 Oct 2014