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Encyclopedia > Alistair Campbell (poet)

Alistair Campbell is a poet, born on the Cook Islands, but resident for most of his life in New Zealand.

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  • Author entry from The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature

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James Keir Baxter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (961 words)
James Keir Baxter (June 29, 1926—October 22, 1972) was a New Zealand poet, and a controversial figure in New Zealand society.
He was a member of the Wellington Group of writers with Louis Johnson, W.H. Oliver and Alistair Campbell.
This was the culmination of a short period in which he struggled with family life and his vocation as a poet.
CAMPBELL, Alistair Te Ariki (2390 words)
Campbell later admitted that he knew his mother too little, and much of the melancholy in his personality and poetry is due to that.
Alistair Campbell received a grant from Creative New Zealand in 2000 to write a poetic sequence about his brother, who was killed in Italy fighting with the Maori Battalion in 1945.
Alistair Te Ariki Campbell was born in 1925, not 1926.
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