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Yvonne Du Fresne


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Anthology
Farvel and Other Stories. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1980.
English in New Zealand 8.1; (1980): 47-47.
Listener 95.2105; March 17 (1980): 76-77.
Comment 11; June (1980): 29-30.
New Zealand Book World 59; Nov (1980): 24-24.
The Bear from the North : Tales of a New Zealand Childhood. London: Women's Press, 1989.
Dominion July 29 (1989): 7-7.
The Growing of Astrid Westergaard, and Other Stories. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1985.
Listener 109.2353; March 23 (1985): 45-45.
Landfall 157; Mar (1985): 115-120.
New Outlook 15; Mar/April (1985): 47-47.
More 23; April (1985): 118-118.
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Autobiography
"A village in the valley." Evening Post December 1 (1993): 31.
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Criticism
"An innocents look at New Zealand women writers." Womens Studies Journal 2.2; Aug (1986): 2-13.
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Essay
Excerpts in: A Womans Life: writing by women about female experience in New Zealand. Auckland, Penguin 1989.
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Novel
Frederique. Auckland: Penguin, 1987.
Listener 117.2476; April 1 (1987): 68-69.
Motherland : a Novel. Auckland: Penguin, 1996.
Evening Post November 6 (1996): 5-5.
New Zealand Herald November 21 (1996): G: 6-G: 6.
Quote Unquote 40; Oct (1996): 32-32.
Listener October 5 (1996): 46-46.
New Zealand Books 6.5; Dec (1996): 13-14.
North and South 129; Dec (1996): 156-161.
Otago Daily Times December 12 (1996): 26-26.
Metro 188; Feb (1997): 110-112.
The Press March 1 (1997): Sup. 10-Sup. 10.
The Book of Ester. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1982.
Listener 100.2201; April 3 (1982): 84-85.
Broadsheet 99; May (1982): 43-43.
Metro 13; July (1982): 106-106.
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Short Story
"A little talk about our (Winter) district." Islands 7.5; Nov (1979): 499-513.
"A walk by the sea." Landfall 91; Sept (1969): 213-221.
"Christmas." Islands 3.1; Autumn (1974): 14-23.
"Frederique." Landfall 158; June (1986): 163-170.
"Last summer." Islands 7.2; Nov (1978): 173-179.
"Miss Saunders." Broadsheet 99; May (1982): 32-35.
"The Jutland wedding crown." Landfall 125; Mar (1978): 73-78.
"The messengers." Landfall 124; Dec (1977): 302-309.
"The morning story." Islands 6.1; Oct (1977): 49-54.
"The old ones.." Landfall 132; Dec (1979): 343-347.
"The river." Landfall 98; June (1971): 117-122.
"The telephone." Islands 4.2; Winter (1975): 185-191.
 

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Article
Edmond, Stephanie. "Daring to be Danish." Listener 109.2353; March 23 (1985): 24-25.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks." Listener 122.2543; November 26 (1988): 80-81.
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Criticism
Simpson, Peter. "Recent fiction and the Sargeson tradition." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 1; (1983): 17-30.
Ronning, Anne Holden. For was I not born here?: identity and culture in the work of Yvonne du Fresne. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2010.
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Essay
Schwass, Margot. "Between two worlds : the migrant experience in New Zealand short stories." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 3; (1985): 71-86.
Ash, Susan. "Having it both ways : reading related short fiction by post-colonial women writers." Span 28; April (1989): 40-55.
Nola, Nina. "Migrant womens writing in New Zealand : Amelia Batistichs three-dimensional world." Hecate 20.2; (1994): 140-159.
Nola, Nina. "A delicious landscape." Quote Unquote 40; Oct (1996): 20-21.
Nola, Nina. "The migrant body: fetishing difference/differentiating the fetish." Span 42/43; April (1996): 104-113.
Ronning, Anne Holden. Bicultural identities in discourse : the case of Yvonne du Fresne. In: Towards a transcultural future : literature and society in a 'post'-colonial world. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2005.
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Profile
Roberts, Sian. "Makarascape." Wellington City Magazine May (1985): 5-5.
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Thesis
Mehlsen, Anne Kirstine. Migrant and indigene : a comparison of the short fiction of Yvonne du Fresne and Patricia Grace. University of Aarhus, Aarhus, 2000.
Nola, Nina. My two countries firmly under my feet : explorations multicultural identity in the fiction of Amelia Batistich and Yvonne du Fresne. University of Auckland, Auckland, 2000.
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