1 edition of Tigers at Awhitu found in the catalog.
Tigers at Awhitu
|LC Classifications||PR9639.4.B74 T54 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||2010291128|
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Thankfully it is not. Thankfully it is not. Instead it's a study of sociology, zoology, botany, history, geography, and the socio-economic climate of the far Like the beast this book is about, The Tiger is patient.4/5. Sarah Broom (–) was a New Zealand poet, Oxford graduate, university lecturer and mother of three children.
Her work included two books of poetry, Tigers at Awhitu (published jointly in England and New Zealand) and Gleam.
After her early death from lung cancer, the Sarah Broom Poetry Prize, was established to remember and celebrate her life and :Dunedin. I closed my laptop, drew a hot bath, and had a good cry. And then I put on pajamas and got my copy of Sarah’s book of poetry, Tigers at Awhitu.
She had written this inscription on the title page: David and Peter got home when I was half way through the book, my face blotchy and tear stained. One of the outstanding literary publishers of our time, Carcanet Press has a special emphasis on poetry from around the world.
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These three factors understandably became entwined — and her poetry is testimony to a woman who nourished the word along with her family and her self. Her first collection, the astonishing Tigers at Awhitu (Auckland University Press, ), is a book of two parts.
The first part was written before her diagnosis, while the second part was.