Speaking for ourselves (1945) is an anthology of short stories compiled and edited by Frank Sargeson and published by Caxton Press. Many of the writers included in this collection were mentored by Sargeson. The book was not commercially successful and reviews at the time were only quietly favourable, but the unmistakable presence of a distinctive New Zealand voice has assured its literary significance.
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Alexander Turnbull Library
Reference: B-K-1029-TITLE; B-K-1029 CONTENTS
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