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Encyclopedia > Patricia Grace

Patricia Grace (born in Wellington, New Zealand in 1937) is a notable Māori writer of novels, short stories, and children's books. She currently lives in Hongoeka Bay, Plimmerton. Former parliament buildings on the left and part of the current complex, The Beehive, on the right Wellington (Te Whanganui-a-Tara or Poneke) is the capital city of New Zealand and the countrys second-largest urban area. ... 1937 was a common year starting on Friday (link will take you to calendar). ... Te Puni, Māori Chief Māori is the name of the indigenous people of New Zealand, and their language. ... The township of Plimmerton surrounds one of the more congenial beaches in the northwest part of the Wellington urban area in New Zealand. ...


Bibliography

  • Novels
    • Mutuwhenua (1978)
    • Potiki (1986)
    • Cousins (1992)
    • Baby No-eyes (1998)
    • Dogside Story (2001)
    • Tu (2004)
  • Short story collections
    • Waiariki (1975)
    • The Dream Sleepers (1980)
    • Electric City and other Stories (1987)
    • Selected Stories (1991)
    • The Sky People (1994)
  • Children's books
    • The Kuia and the Spider (1981)
    • Watercress Tuna and the Children of Champion Street (1984)

See also

New Zealand claims as its own many writers, even those immigrants born overseas or those emigrants who have gone into exile. ...

External links

  • IIML "Writer in Residence" 1985

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GRACE, Patricia (2418 words)
GRACE, Patricia (1937–), novelist, short story writer and children’s writer, is of Ngati Toa, Ngati Raukawa and Te Ati Awa descent, and is affiliated to Ngati Porou by marriage.
Patricia Grace was honoured as a living icon of New Zealand art as part of the second biennial Arts Foundation of New Zealand Icon Awards in 2005.
Patricia Grace is available for writer visits as part of the Book Council's Writers In Schools programme.
Grace Patricia Kelly - definition of Grace Patricia Kelly in Encyclopedia (805 words)
Grace Patricia Kelly (November 12, 1929 - September 14, 1982), later known as Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco, was an Oscar-winning American film actress who became the wife of Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
Before Grace Kelly drew Rainier's attention, French film star Gisèle Pascal had been his love interest for six years (she was born Gisèle Tallone in Cannes, France).
Princess Grace is interred in the St. Nicholas Cathedral, (Monaco Cathedral) Monte Carlo, Monaco.
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