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Maurice Shadbolt


Works By:

Anthology
Auckland: the city in literature. Auckland: Exisle Publishing, 2003.
Essential New Zealand short stories. Auckland: Random House, 2009.
The New Zealand book of the beach 2. Auckland: David Ling Publishing, 2008.
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Article
"Hermit of Hawera." NZ Listener 72.1735; February 12 (1973): 9-9.
"John Feeney and the National Film Unit." Landfall 12; Sept (1958): 226-232.
"Politically correct Pakehas?." Dominion Sunday Times (1991): 9.
"The making of a book." Landfall 27; Dec (1973): 275-289.
"The other side." Overland 58; Winter (1974): 44-49.
"Weve had it too easy, too long ....." Listener 1665.68; (1971): 12.
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Autobiography
"Maurice Shadbolt discusses his career as a writer." Evening Post (1990): 27-29.
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Biography
Dennis McEldowney. In: Love and Legend: some 20th century New Zealanders. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1976.
Intimate stranger: reminiscences of Dan Davin. Wellington, Steele Roberts 2000.
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Drama
Once on Chunuk Bair. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1982.
Metro 5; Oct (1981): 11-12.
"Interrogating identity in New Zealand stage plays. In: Postcolonial Cultures and Literatures." Lang, New York, 2002.
Australasian Drama Studies 2.2; April (1984): 118-120.
Act 3.7; June (1982): 32-33.
Landfall 37; June (1983): 240-242.
Australasian Drama Studies 2.2; April (1984): 118-120.
Metro 130; April (1992): 142-143.
Illusions 20; Summer (1992): 16-19.
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Essay
James K. Baxter. In Love and Legend: some 20th century New Zealanders. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1976.
Letters and art revisited: Eric McCormick the storyteller. In: Writing, a New Country: a Collection of Essays Presented to E.H. McCormick in his 88th Year. Auckland, J. Ross 1993.
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Interview
"Maurice Shadbolt talks to Elizabeth Smither." Pilgrims 1&2n.s.5&6.3; Spring (1978): 90-93.
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Memoir
From the Edge of the Sky: a memoir. Auckland, David Ling 1999.
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Non Fiction
"China, Russia, Bulgaria : a journey." Landfall 12; June (1958): 125-144.
From the Edge of the Sky. Auckland: David Ling, 1999.
From the Edge of the Sky : a memoir. Auckland: David Ling, 1999.
Sunday Star Times F; (1999): 2.
Dominion (1999): 22.
Evening Post (1999): 7.
Listener (1999): 42-43.
North and South 159; June (1999): 106-108.
Otago Daily Times (1999): 77.
New Zealand Books 3.9; Aug (1999): 3.
The Press Sup; (1999): 9.
Art News 2.19; Winter (1999): 24-25.
Landfall 198; Nov (1999): 298.
Isles of the South Pacific. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1971.
Les Isles du Pacifique Sud. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1977.
One of Bens : a New Zealand Medley. Auckland: David Ling, 1993.
Metro 141; Mar (1993): 130-132.
Evening Post (1993): 5.
Listener 2763.138; (1993): 50-51.
Otago Daily Times (1993): 22.
Dominion (1993): 12.
North and South April (1993): 124-126.
New Zealand Herald 2; (1993): 6.
NZ Monthly Review 339; June (1993): 25.
The Press Sup; (1993): 8.
New & Notable 4.10; Sept (1993): 13-16.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4733; (1993): 20.
Australian Book Review Feb (1994): 42.
World Literature Today 4.68; Fall (1994): 829.
Reader’s Digest illustrated guide to New Zealand. NSW: Readers Digest Services, 2007.
Readers Digest Guide to New Zealand. Sycney: Readers Digest Services, 1988.
National Business Review (1988): 46.
Listener 2522.121; (1988): 55-57.
Pacific Way July (1988): 25-28.
Metro 85.8; July (1988): 216-217.
North and South July (1988): 142-143.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly (1988): 64.
School Library Review 3.8; (1988): 31-32.
Library Journal 19.113; (1988): 73.
Pacific Way 17; May (1989): 78.
Library Journal 26; Sept (1989): 29.
Voices of Gallipoli. Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton, 1988.
"At the limits of endurance [NZPA]." Otago Daily Times April 23 (2005): Supplement, p. 1.
Listener 2522.121; (1988): 49.
North and South July (1988): 9.
Metro 86.8; Aug (1988): 210-212.
New Zealand Womans Weekly (1988): 64.
Press (1988): 24.
Landfall 42; Dec (1988): 468-473.
Listener 2558.123; (1989): 66-68.
InfoChoice 1; April (1989): 4-7.
The Press Sup; (2001): 15.
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Novel
A Touch of Clay. Auckland: David Ling, 1995.
"Maurice Shadbolt's A Touch of Clay: a case for survival." Commonwealth Novel in English 1.2; Jan (1983): 27-38.
Islands 4; Fall (1974): 95-98.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1975).
Listener 1835.77; (1975): 30-31.
NZ Bookworld 14; Feb/Mar (1975): 22-23.
Thursday (1975): 45.
2519.121; 1988: 56.
Among the Cinders. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1975.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1965).
NZ Weekly News 5297; (1965): 41.
Listener 1344.53; (1965): 18.
25; Dec 1965: 38-39.
Fernfire 13; Dec (1965): 34.
Landfall 20; Mar (1966): 95-97.
Listener 2339.108; (1984): 61.
Metro 42; Dec (1984): 135.
Landfall 187; Fall (1994): 169-171.
An Ear of the Dragon. London: Cassell, 1971.
Listener 1659.67; (1971): 48-49.
Landfall 26; Dec (1971): 97-98.
Landfall 26; Mar (1972): 97-98.
Landfall 26; Mar (1972): 97-98.
Australian Book Review 11; Fall (1972): 258.
Danger Zone. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1972.
Listener 1880.80; (1975): 48.
Auckland Metro 55.5; Jan (1986): 88.
New Zealand Herald 7; (1996): 9.
Mondays Warriors. Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton, 1990.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4552; (1990): 705.
New Statesman & Society 3; (1990): 44.
Evening Post (1990): 29.
Dominion (1990): 7.
Dominion Sunday Times (1990): 13.
Listener 2633.128; (1990): 110-112.
New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 6.
Metro 112; Oct (1990): 182-184.
Listener 2637.128; (1990): 110.
Otago Daily Times (1990): 25.
Dominion Sunday Times Sup; (1990): 32.
InfoChoice 7; Nov (1990): 3.
The Press (1990): 27.
Bulletin 5750.112; (1990): 104-105.
New Zealand Environment 65; (1990): 16.
New and Notable 1.8; Mar (1991): 8.
Landfall 45; Mar (1991): 107-110.
Landfall 45; Mar (1991): 107-110.
Publishers Weekly 55.238; (1991): 65.
Library Journal 3.117; (1992): 198.
Booklist 4.88; (1992): 1338.
Evening Post (1992): 27.
New York Times Book Review (1992): 23.
"Book attracts record advance for Shadbolt." Dominion Sunday Times (1989): 3.
New Zealand Wars Trilogy. Auckland: David Ling, 2005.
"Tickling history." New Zealand Books 15.4; (2005): 12-13.
"Tickling history." New Zealand Books 4.15; Oct (2005): 12-13.
Season of the Jew. Auckland: David Ling, 1997.
Listener 2443.114; (1986): 87.
Metro 68.6; Feb (1987): 154-155.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1987): 245.
Publishers Weekly 231; (1987): 66.
Library Journal 112; (1987): 99.
New York Times Book Review 92; (1987): 9.
New York Times Book Review 92; (1987): 30.
Landfall 1.42; Mar (1988): 107-110.
Southern Skies June (1989): 72-73.
Library Journal 115; May (1990): 101.
Strangers and Journeys. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1972.
Observer 5; Nov (1972).
1727.71; 1972: 50.
27; June 1973: 161-171.
Islands 2; Spring (1973): 319-325.
English in New Zealand Sept (1973): 55.
Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 72-80.
"A fair enough try: Maurice Shadbolts Strangers and Journeys." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 72-80.
The House of Strife. Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton, 1993.
New Zealand Books 3.3; Summer (1993): 13-14.
Quote Unquote 6; Nov (1993): 34-35.
Evening Post (1993): 5.
Listener 2797.141; (1993): 46-47.
Dominion (1993): 12.
Otago Daily Times (1993): 22.
Sunday Times (1993): 22.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4733; (1993): 20.
The Press (1993): 27.
Metro 151; Jan (1994): 129-132.
Spectator 272; (1994): 30.
North and South Feb (1994): 124-127.
Australian Book Review Feb (1994): 42+.
Landfall 187; Fall (1994): 169-171.
New & Notable 2.12; May (1995): 108.
World Literature Today 1.69; Winter (1995): 231.
The Lovelock Version. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1980.
Listener 2129.96; (1980): 100.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly (1980): 36-37.
NZ Bookworld 61; Feb (1981): 8-10.
Library Journal 1444.106; July (1981).
The New Zealand wars trilogy. New Zealand: David Ling, 2005.
This Summers Dolphin. London: Cassell, 1969.
Landfall 23; Dec (1969): 401-407.
New Zealand Herald 8; (1995): 8-9.
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Obituary
"Michael (Renato) Amato. 1928-1964." Landfall 18; (1964): 250-252.
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Other
Athens, Ohio University Press 1994: 268-272.
"After the Depression." Landfall 48; Dec (1958): 318-332.
Auckland, 1900. In: Auckland: the City in Literature. Auckland, Exisle Publishing 2003.
"Beginnings: the disobedient days." Islands 4/1.8/9; June (1981): 78-101.
"From a West-East notebook." Landfall 13; Dec (1959): 341-352.
"Homer nods too." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 9; (1991): 54-59.
"House of strife." Quote Unquote 5; Oct (1993): 28-29.
"Looking for Benjamin." Metro 123; Sept (1991): 120-130.
Love and Legend : Some 20th Century New Zealanders. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1976.
Listener 1943.85; (1977): 50-51.
NZ Bookworld 34; Mar (1977): 21-22.
New Zealand : Gift of the Sea. Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs 1963.
New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 6.
Evening Post (1990): 27-29.
Dominion (1990): 7.
Metro 108; June (1990): 146-148.
Listener 2625.127; (1990): 110.
New Zealand Environment 65; (1990): 16.
Reading the runes. 2763.138; 1993: 40-41.
The Presence of Music: Three Novellas. London, Cassell 1967.
Listener (1967): 21.
NZ Monthly Review 82.8; Sept (1967): 22.
"Writer out of hiding [address to a literary lunch]." Listener (1967): 19-20.
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Profile
Love and Legend: some 20th century New Zealanders. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1976.
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Short Story
A mans man. In: Intimate Stranger: reminiscences of Dan Davin. Wellington, Steele Roberts 2000.
Dove on the Waters. Auckland, David Ling 1996.
"Swansong for a lost Aucklander." New Zealand Herald G; (2002): 7.
Evening Post (1996): 5.
New Zealand Herald G; (1996): 6-7.
Quote Unquote 41; Nov (1996): 26-27.
Listener (1996): 46.
Press Sup; (1997).
North and South 130; Jan (1997): 114-120.
Metro 188; Feb (1997): 110-112.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4911; (1997): 23.
London Magazine 1/2.n.s.38; Apr/May (1998): 119-122.
"End of season." Landfall 40; Dec (1956): 278-317.
Figures in Light : Selected Stories. London, Hodder and Stoughton 1978.
Landfall 34; Mar (1980): 89-93.
"Play the fife lowly." Landfall 41; Mar (1957): 35-54.
"Sing again tomorrow." Landfall 36; Dec (1955): 288-292.
Summer Fires and Winter Country. Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs 1963.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1963).
Listener 1254.49; (1963): 18.
Landfall 17; Dec (1963): 389-392.
The New Zealanders. Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton 1986.
Listener 1056.41; (1959): 12-13.
Landfall 14; Mar (1960): 87-90.
Comment 3.1; Fall (1960): 26-28.
Education 10; Mar (1961): 55-58.
PSA Journal 10.73; Oct (1986): 16.
2439.114; 1986: 85.
The New Zealanders. New ed. Auckland, David Ling 1993.
Quote Unquote 3; Aug (1993): 32-33.
Otago Daily Times (1993): 20.
Listener 2793.140; (1993): 52-53.
New & Notable 5.10; Nov (1993): 7-8.
North and South Nov (1993): 157-159.
The people before. In: Where's Waari?: a History of the Maori Through the Short Story. Auckland, Reed 2000.
"The room." Landfall 63; Sept (1962): 215-232.
"The simple life." Athens, Ohio University Press Metro 200; Feb (1998): 82-88.
Where's Waari?: a history of the Maori through the short story. Auckland, Reed 2000.
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Short Story Collection
Selected Stories. Auckland, David Ling 1998.
Evening Post (1998): 5.
Listener (1998): 41.
New Zealand Herald E; (1998): 7.
Otago Daily Times (1999): 73.
New Zealand Books 3.9; Aug (1999): 4-5.
The Full Circle of the Travelling Cuckoo. Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs 1967.
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Videorecording
Chunuk Bair. Wellington, Avalon Studios 2003.
 

Works about:

Anthology
Davin, Dan. Critical Essays on the New Zealand Short Story. Heinemann, Auckland, 1982.
Sarti, Antonella. Chapter. In: Spiritcarvers : interviews with eighteen writers from New Zealand. Rodopi, Amsterdam Atlanta, GA, 1998.
Morrissey, Michael. The Flamingo Anthology of New Zealand Short Stories. Flamingo, Auckland, 2000.
Jones, Lawrence. Nurse to the imagination: 50 years of the Robbie Burns Fellowship. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 2008.
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Article
Isaac, Peter. "The great NZ pastime - knocking." NZ Bookworld 29; Oct (1976): 17-18.
Coke, Merrill. "A season of readings." Listener 2527.121; (1987): 13.
Chan, Stephen. "Fast food, paranoia and politics: the New Zealand novel in 1986." Kunapipi 9.3; (1987): 110-120.
Calder, Peter. The day the world stopped. New Zealand Herald. 2; 1988: 1.
"Four writers awarded scholarships." Dominion September 27 (1989): 13.
Sharp, Iain. "Brake power." Pacific Way 29; May (1990): 62-65.
Lewis, Henry. "Reflections on war : Gallipoli, 75 years on." Southern Skies April (1990): 30-31.
Carpinter, Bernard. "Shadbolts gift from the 19th century." Dominion (1990): 9.
Wong, Gilbert. "Tales from the garden shed." New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 1.
Martin, M.S. "A fair enough try: Maurice Shadbolts Strangers and Journeys." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 72-80.
Barton, Warren. "A search for heroes.." Dominion Sunday Times (1991): 19.
Crane, Ralph. "Tickling history : Maurice Shadbolt and the New Zealand wars." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 9; (1991): 59-70.
Brown, Ruth. "After Belich...." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 7; June (1992): 106-118.
Stratford, Stephen. "Literary landscapes." Metro 141; Mar (1993): 100-108.
Corrigan, Helen. "Wrapping up a trilogy of the land wars." Evening Post (1993): 17.
Wattie, Nelson. "And what happened next? Our stories." New Zealand Books 2.7; June (1997): 1-3.
Shakespear, Vivienne. "Menton-bound Maurice." Evening Post (1997): 11.
Stacy, G. "Super scheme." Sunday Star Times E; (1997): 1-2.
Alexander, Miriyana. "Beginning of a writers sad chapter." Sunday Star Times A; (2000): 3.
Dominy, Michele. ". Hearing grass, thinking grass : postcolonialism and ecology in Aotearoa-New Zealand.." Cultural Geographies 1.9; Jan (2002): 15-35.
Reid, Graham. "A writers journey of discovery." New Zealand Herald (2004).
Jones, Lawrence. "Fine collection of fellows." Otago Daily Times September 20 (2008): 49,53.
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Biography
Amoamo, J. "Maurice Shadbolt: the beginning years." Listener 1709.70; (1972): 8-9.
King, Michael. "Author Shadbolts long journey." NZ Bookworld 1; June (1973): 11-12.
O'Brien, Gregory. Moments of invention: portraits of 21 New Zealand writers. Heinemann Reed, Auckland, 1988.
Sandys, Elspeth. "A brief biography of a marriage." Metro 260; Feb (2003): 72-80.
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Criticism
Hall, David. Listener 1056.41; (1959): 12-13.
Pearson, Bill. Comment 3.1; Fall (1960): 26-28.
Copland, R.A. Landfall 14; Mar (1960): 87-90.
Robertson, R.T. Education 10; Mar (1961): 55-58.
Davin, Dan. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1963).
Hall, David. Listener 1254.49; (1963): 18.
Rhodes, H. Winston. Landfall 17; Dec (1963): 389-392.
Stevens, Joan. Listener 1344.53; (1965): 18.
Davin, Dan. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1965).
Penguin pseud., . NZ Weekly News 5297; (1965): 41.
V.M., . 25; Dec 1965: 38-39.
Jackson, R.L.P. Landfall 20; Mar (1966): 95-97.
H.W.R., . NZ Monthly Review 82.8; Sept (1967): 22.
Hall, David. Listener (1967): 21.
Bollinger, Conrad. Listener 1555; (1969): 25.
Copland, R.A. Landfall 23; Dec (1969): 401-407.
Bertram, James. Listener 1659.67; (1971): 48-49.
Bertram, James. 1727.71; 1972: 50.
Davin, Dan. Observer 5; Nov (1972).
Reid, Ian. Australian Book Review 11; Fall (1972): 258.
Wilson, Len. 27; June 1973: 161-171.
Volkerling, Michael. Islands 2; Spring (1973): 319-325.
Morrissey, Michael. Islands 4; Fall (1974): 95-98.
Davin, Dan. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) (1975).
McCauley, Sue. Thursday (1975): 45.
Cunningham, Kevin. NZ Bookworld 14; Feb/Mar (1975): 22-23.
King, Michael. Listener 1835.77; (1975): 30-31.
Bertram, James. Listener 1880.80; (1975): 48.
Hankin, Cherry. Ambition and accomplishment in Maurice Shadbolts Strangers and Journeys. In: Critical Essays on the New Zealand Novel. Heinemann International, Auckland, 1976.
Bradwell, E. NZ Bookworld 34; Mar (1977): 21-22.
Fraser, Ian. Listener 1943.85; (1977): 50-51.
Reid, T. "Shadbolt alone." Listener 1936.85; (1977): 24.
Simpson, Peter. "Shadbolts first novel: a reassessment." Landfall 31; June (1977): 186-191.
Blackburn, F.W. Listener 2129.96; (1980): 100.
Barrett, D. New Zealand Woman's Weekly (1980): 36-37.
Harley, R. Landfall 34; Mar (1980): 89-93.
Boddy, Gillian. NZ Bookworld 61; Feb (1981): 8-10.
Shaw, Peter. Metro 5; Oct (1981): 11-12.
Neill, Michael. Act 3.7; June (1982): 32-33.
Neill, Michael. Act 1.7; Feb (1982): 21-23.
Hankin, Cherry. Definitions of New Zealanders : the stories of Maurice Shadbolt and Maurice Gee. In: Critical Essays on the New Zealand Short Story. Heinemann, Auckland, 1982.
Holland, P. "Water and clay: Maurice Shadbolts A Touch of Clay and Margaret Laurences The Diviners." World Literature in English 2.21; Summer (1982): 268-274.
Ross, J.C. Landfall 37; June (1983): 240-242.
Mann, Phillip. 5.8; Oct 1983: 59.
Durix, Jean-Pierre. "Maurice Shadbolt's A Touch of Clay: a case for survival." Commonwealth Novel in English 1.2; Jan (1983): 27-38.
Black, Sebastian. "New Zealand plays, playwrights and theatres: first productions, Jan-Oct 1982." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 1; (1983): 5-15.
Thompson, Mervyn. Australasian Drama Studies 2.2; April (1984): 118-120.
McLeod, Marion. Listener 2339.108; (1984): 61.
Stone, F. Metro 42; Dec (1984): 135.
Black, Sebastian. "What kind of a society can develop under corrugated iron: glimpses of New Zealand history in New Zealand plays." Australasian Drama Studies 1.3; Oct (1984): 31-52.
McEldowney, Dennis. Listener 2443.114; (1986): 87.
Morrieson, Ronald Hugh. PSA Journal 10.73; Oct (1986): 16.
Stone, F. Auckland Metro 55.5; Jan (1986): 88.
Thomson, J. 2439.114; 1986: 85.
Johnson, Lydia Burruel. Library Journal 112; (1987): 99.
O'Brien, Conor Cruise. New York Times Book Review 92; (1987): 9.
King, Michael. Metro 68.6; Feb (1987): 154-155.
Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 231; (1987): 66.
Rogers, Anna. Listener 2522.121; (1988): 55-57.
Calder, Alex. Landfall 1.42; Mar (1988): 107-110.
Shaw, Peter. Pacific Way July (1988): 25-28.
McLauchlan, Gordon. National Business Review (1988): 46.
King, Michael. Metro 85.8; July (1988): 216-217.
Corbett, Frank. North and South July (1988): 142-143.
King, Michael. Metro 86.8; Aug (1988): 210-212.
Jones, Melanie. New Zealand Woman's Weekly (1988): 64.
Unger, Susan M. Library Journal 19.113; (1988): 73.
Willison, M. New Zealand Womans Weekly (1988): 64.
Boyack, Nicholas. Landfall 42; Dec (1988): 468-473.
Thomson, J. 2519.121; 1988: 56.
Phillips, Jock. Listener 2522.121; (1988): 49.
Booth, P. North and South July (1988): 9.
O'Brien, Gregory. Maurice Shadbolt. In: Moments of Invention: Portraits of 21 New Zealand Writers. Heinemann Reed, Auckland, 1988.
Ireland, Kevin. One of the bohemians. In: One of the Boys? changing views of masculinity in New Zealand. Heinemann, Auckland, 1988.
Williams, D.O.C. Two views of Gallipoli. 25527.121; 1988: 13.
Dickinson, S. Southern Skies June (1989): 72-73.
Wilson, John. Library Journal 26; Sept (1989): 29.
Sharp, Iain. Pacific Way 17; May (1989): 78.
Gifkins, Michael. Listener 2558.123; (1989): 66-68.
Gifkins, Michael. Listener 2561.123; (1989): 55.
Bell, Cathie. "Book attracts record advance for Shadbolt." Dominion Sunday Times (1989): 3.
Gifkins, Michael. "Death of the book?." Listener 2558.123; (1989): 66-68.
Dowling, David. "Historiography in some recent New Zealand fiction." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 2; Fall (1989): 37-62.
Gifkins, Michael. "Open swamp?." Listener 2593.125; (1989): 118.
Mann, Phillip. "The first production of Once on Chunuk Bair: Extracts from an interview with Maurice Shadbolt on ANZAC Day, 25 April 1987." Illusions 11; July (1989): 14-18.
Aitken, Tom. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4552; (1990): 705.
Prendergast, Brian. The Press (1990): 27.
Gifkins, Michael. Listener 2633.128; (1990): 110-112.
Thomson, Margie. New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 6.
McEldowney, W.J. Otago Daily Times (1990): 25.
Reynolds, Ted. New Zealand Herald 2; (1990): 6.
Sharp, Iain. Evening Post (1990): 29.
King, Michael. Metro 112; Oct (1990): 182-184.
King, Michael. Metro 108; June (1990): 146-148.
McEldowney, Dennis. Listener 2637.128; (1990): 110.
Nevett, Julie. Evening Post (1990): 27-29.
Ireland, Peter. Listener 2625.127; (1990): 110.
Young, David. Dominion Sunday Times (1990): 13.
Hopkins, Joy. InfoChoice 7; Nov (1990): 3.
Hayden, W. New Zealand Environment 65; (1990): 16.
O'Meagher, Steven. Dominion Sunday Times Sup; (1990): 32.
Hubbard, Anthony. Dominion (1990): 7.
Vere-Jones, Peter. Dominion (1990): 7.
Pierce, Peter. Bulletin 5750.112; (1990): 104-105.
Willey, H. New Zealand Environment 65; (1990): 16.
Barlow, H. "Shadbolt applauds plan for London writers flat." Dominion (1990): 7.
Davis, Geoffrey V. The New Zealand land wars in novels by Shadbolt and Ihimaera. In: Crisis and Creativity in the New Literatures in English: Cross/cultures. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1990.
Wattie, Nelson. The New Zealand land wars in novels by Shadbolt and Ihimaera. In: Crisis and creativity in the New Literatures in English : cross/cultures. Edited by Geoffrey V. Davis and Hena Maes-Jelinek. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1990: 433-447.
Gifkins, Michael. "The Shadbolt version." Listener 2602.126; (1990): 128-129.
Oliver, W.H. Landfall 45; Mar (1991): 107-110.
Oliver, W.H. Landfall 45; Mar (1991): 107-110.
Patterson, Betty. New and Notable 1.8; Mar (1991): 8.
Martin, Murray S. Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 72-80.
Keymer, David. Library Journal 3.117; (1992): 198.
Banas, Mary. Booklist 4.88; (1992): 1338.
Doig, Ivan. New York Times Book Review (1992): 23.
Stevens, Ross. Evening Post (1993): 5.
Heal, Andrew. NZ Monthly Review 339; June (1993): 25.
Johnson, Ralph. New Zealand Books 3.3; Summer (1993): 13-14.
Byrt, Neville. New Zealand Herald 2; (1993): 6.
Meikle, Phoebe. Listener 2763.138; (1993): 50-51.
Crane, Ralph. Dominion (1993): 12.
Airns, C. New & Notable 5.10; Nov (1993): 7-8.
McEldowney, Dennis. Quote Unquote 3; Aug (1993): 32-33.
Lay, Graeme. North and South April (1993): 124-126.
Ireland, Kevin. Quote Unquote 6; Nov (1993): 34-35.
King, Michael. Metro 141; Mar (1993): 130-132.
Wilkins, Damien. Listener 2793.140; (1993): 52-53.
James, Bryan. Otago Daily Times (1993): 22.
Carpinter, Bernard. Dominion (1993): 12.
Carpinter, Bernard. Sunday Times (1993): 22.
Curry, Joan. The Press Sup; (1993): 8.
Williams, Dale. Evening Post (1993): 5.
Aitken, Tom. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4733; (1993): 20.
Aitken, Tom. TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4733; (1993): 20.
Dixon, Ian. The Press (1993): 27.
Thwaites, Patricia. Otago Daily Times (1993): 20.
Richards, Ian. Listener 2797.141; (1993): 46-47.
Mannion, Robert. "All in the family." Sunday Times (1993): 21-22.
Parker, Selwyn. "Ghost writer." Bulletin 5894.115; (1993): 79-80.
Bell, Cathie. "Satisfying our hunger for history." Dominion (1993): 16.
Bray, Christopher. Spectator 272; (1994): 30.
Crane, Ralph. Landfall 187; Fall (1994): 169-171.
Crane, Ralph. Landfall 187; Fall (1994): 169-171.
McLeod, A.L. World Literature Today 4.68; Fall (1994): 829.
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Essay
Thompson, Mervyn. "Promise and frustration: New Zealand playwriting since 1975." Australasian Drama Studies 3.1; Oct (1984): 122-128.
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Interview
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Letter
Arvidson, Ken O. Landfall 26; Dec (1971): 97-98.
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McCormick, E.H. Landfall 26; Mar (1972): 97-98.
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Non Fiction
Jones, Lawrence. Maurice Shadbolt: a brief overview. In: Barbed Wire & Mirrors: Essays on New Zealand Prose. University of Otago, Dunedin, 1990.
Skinner, John. The Stepmother Tongue: an Introduction to New Anglophone Fiction. St Martins Press, New York, 1998.
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Obituary
Winder, Virginia. Daily News (2004): 2.
Goodwin, Eileen. Southland Times (2004): 2.
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Moore, Christopher. "New wave of writers." The Press (2004): 11.
Temple, Philip. "Maurice Shadbolt 1932-2004." New Zealand Books 1.15; Mar (2005): 4-5.
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Other
Gadd, Murray. "A bibliography of Maurice Shadbolt: 1956-1980." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 2; (1984): 75-96.
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Short Story Collection
Edmond, Lauris. Essential New Zealand short stories. Random House, Auckland, 2009.
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Thesis
McIntyre, Joanne Maree. The use of art and the artist figure in selected fictions of Maurice Shadbolt. University of Auckland, 1994.
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