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Janet Frame


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Anthology
Auckland: the city in literature. Auckland: Exisle Publishing, 2003. Voyager link
Essential New Zealand short stories. Auckland: Random House, 2009.
Janet Frame, Stories and Poems. Auckland: Vintage, Random House New Zealand, 2004. Voyager link
New Zealand Herald Sup.; October 23 (2004): 33-33.
The Cats Whiskers: New Zealand Writers on Cats. Auckland: Vintage, 2005. Voyager link
The nature of things: poems from the New Zealand landscape. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing, 2005. Voyager link
The Reservoir: Stories and Sketches. New York: G. Braziller, 1963. Voyager link
New Statesman 71; March 11 (1966): 347-347.
Observer March 27 (1966): 27-27.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) April 28 (1966): 361-361.
Listener July 29 (1966): 21-21.
Landfall 20; Sept (1966): 290-292.
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Autobiography
"Beginnings." Landfall 73; Mar (1965): 40-47.
"To dine in fancy restaurants." New Statesman 110; October 11 (1985): 29-31.
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Essay
Beginnings: New Zealand authors tell how they began writing. Wellington, Oxford University Press 1980. Voyager link
"Janet Frame on Tales from Grimm." Education 9.24; (1975): 27-27.
Writers in East-West encounter: new cultural bearings / edited by Guy Amirthanayagam. London, Macmillan 1982: 85-94.
Writers on writing: an anthology. Auckland, Oxford University Press 1992.
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Letter
Dear Charles, Dear Janet: Frame & Brasch in correspondence. Auckland, Holloway Press 2010.
"Letter to Margaret Scott." Landfall 218; Spring (2009): 127-129.
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Motion Picture
An Angel at My Table. Hibiscus Films in association with the New Zealand Film Commission 1990.
North and South Sept (1990): 142-143.
Onfilm 6.7; Sept (1990): 1990-1990.
Onfilm 6.7; Sept (1990): 11-11.
Listener 2638.128; October 8 (1990): 103-103.
Dominion Sunday Times October 28 (1990): 20-20.
The Press January 19 (1991): 27-27.
Ms Magazine 4.1; Jan/Feb (1991): 66-66.
Vogue 3.181; Mar (1991): 260-261.
New Republic 22.204; June 3 (1991): 28-29.
National Catholic Reporter 32.27; June 7 (1991): 16-16.
Otago Daily Times July 6 (1991): 18-18.
Library Journal 6.117; April 1 (1992): 166-166.
Listener 2725.134; June 22 (1992): 51-51.
"Angel wings to Venice." Onfilm 6.7; Sept (1990): 5-5.
"Campion film scoops eight awards in Venice." Dominion September 17 (1990): 1-1.
"The angels at our table: the language of the is-land." Listener 2638.128; October 8 (1990): 102-103.
"The NZ picture is looking good." National Business Review Sup.; October 5 (1990): 8-9.
"Finding the angel within." Evening Post October 4 (1990): 12-12.
"Best times, worst times." Onfilm 7.7; Oct (1990): 8-8.
"Being Janet." Listener 2638.128; October 8 (1990): 104-104.
"NZ Film Awards: angel flies, Ruby shines." Onfilm 8.7; Nov (1990): 1, 6.
"Frames of reference." Metro 113; Nov (1990): 188-188.
"Self-centred cinema: language and the writer in An Angel at My Table." Antic 8; Dec (1990): 52-53.
"Filming fiction." Illusions 15; Dec (1990): 14-17.
"Oamarus famous daughter leaves little trace." Dominion Sunday Times December 23 (1990): 11-11.
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Novel
A State of Siege. Christchurch: Pelorus Press, 1967. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 189; May 23 (1966): 80-80.
Best Sellers 26; July 15 (1966): 149-149.
Newsweek 68; July 18 (1966): 98-98.
National Observer 5; July 18 (1966): 21-21.
New York Times 115; July 21 (1966): 35-35.
Listener July 21 (1967): 26-27.
Books Today 3; August 7 (1966): 4-4.
Library Journal 91; Aug (1966): 3765-3765.
National Observer 5; August 29 (1966): 17-17.
New York Times Book Review 71; September 11 (1966): 5-5.
Booklist 63; October 1 (1966): 156-156.
Choice 4; Mar (1967): 39-39.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) April 27 (1967): 364-364.
Books and Bookmen 12; June (1967): 25-25.
NZ Monthly Review 81.8; Aug (1967): 25-25.
Landfall 22; Sept (1968): 331-335.
Etudes Anglaises 2.25; (1972): 232-244.
And 2; Feb (1984): 102-106.
Press Sup.; July 4 (1992): 10-10.
An Angel At My Table. Auckland: Hutchinson, 1984. Voyager link
"An Angel at My Table: the screenplay." Random Century, Auckland, 1990.
Dominion August 18 (1990): 7-7.
Evening Post August 24 (1990): 9-9.
Dominion Sunday Times 14.14; September 9 (1990): 14-14.
Publishers Weekly 225; June 22 (1984): 94-95.
Listener 2319.107; July 21 (1984): 68-69.
Metro 38; Aug (1984): 143-143.
British Book News Feb (1985): 117-117.
Library Journal 109; Aug (1984): 1441.
Broadsheet 122; Sept (1984): 45-45.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly September 10 (1984): 157-158.
New Statesman 108; October 19 (1984): 30-30.
New York Times Book Review 89; October 7 (1984): 26-26.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) November 9 (1984): 1281-1281.
Kunapipi 2/3.7; (1985): 193-194.
PSA Journal 10.72; Nov (1985): 12-12.
London Review of Books 7; December 5 (1985): 26-26.
Press September 14 (1991): 26-26.
"An Angel at My Table." Hibiscus Films in association with the New Zealand Film Commission, 1990.
Autobiography. Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1989. Voyager link
Otago Daily Times June 21 (1989): 28-28.
Press June 24 (1989): 25-25.
Listener 2576.124; July 22 (1989): 74-74.
North and South Aug (1989): 135-138.
New Statesman & Society 127.3; November 16 (1990): 37-37.
World Literature Today 2.66; Spring (1992): 408-409.
Daughter Buffalo. Wellington: Reed, 1972. Voyager link
Kirkus Reviews 40; June 1 (1972): 639-639.
Publishers Weekly 201; June 19 (1972): 59-59.
Library Journal 97; Aug (1972): 2642-2642.
World 1; August 1 (1972): 71-71.
New York Times Book Review August 27 (1972): 3-3.
Time 100; September 11 (1972): 75-75.
New Yorker 48; September 30 (1972): 125-125.
Best Sellers 32; October 1 (1972): 297-297.
Booklist 69; October 15 (1972): 174-174.
National Observer 11; October 28 (1972): 23-23.
New York Times Book Review December 3 (1972): 74-74.
Observer January 21 (1973): 34-34.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) January 26 (1973): 85-85.
Listener 1749.73; May 21 (1973): 50-50.
NZ Bookworld 1; June (1973): 21-21.
Landfall 27; June (1973): 159-162.
Islands 3; Spring (1974): 335-340.
New Statesman & Society 90.3; March 2 (1990): 35-35.
Listener 2642.128; November 5 (1990): 102-102.
Library Journal 12.117; July (1992): 132-132.
Faces in the Water. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1961. Voyager link
Listener 1156.45; November 3 (1961): 35-35.
NZ Monthly Review 19.2; Dec (1961): 23-24.
Landfall 16; June (1962): 195-198.
Fernfire 9; Aug (1962): 22-22.
Psychology Today 20; May (1986): 70-70.
Intensive Care. New York: G. Braziller, 1970. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 197; February 23 (1970): 151-151.
Hudson Review 23; Summer (1970): 338-338.
Kirkus Reviews 38; March 1 (1970): 273-273.
New York Times 119; April 23 (1970): 35-35.
Library Journal 95; May 1 (1970): 1759-1759.
New York Times Book Review May 3 (1970): 4-4.
Bookworld 4; May 3 (1970): 8-8.
Time 95; May 18 (1970): 88-88.
America 122; May 23 (1970): 565-565.
Booklist 66; June 1 (1970): 1194-1194.
National Observer 9; June 8 (1970): 21-21.
Best Sellers 30; June 15 (1970): 119-119.
Saturday Review 53; August 1 (1970): 29-29.
Choice 7; Sept (1970): 840-840.
Listener 1678.69; January 10 (1972): 44-44.
Islands 1; Summer (1972): 180-183.
Australian Book Review 11; Autumn (1972): 258-258.
Living in the Maniototo. New York: G. Braziller, 1979. Voyager link
Time 114; August 6 (1979): 81-81.
New Yorker 55; September 17 (1979): 169-169.
New York Times Book Review September 16 (1979): 13-13.
Pacific Quarterly 5; April (1980): 259-260.
Listener 2106.95; May 24 (1980): 68-69.
PSA Journal 1.68; Jan/Feb (1981): 16-16.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4084; July 10 (1981): 786-786.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly August 10 (1981): 166-166.
Broadsheet 93; Oct (1981): 45-46.
Mona Minim and the Smell of the Sun. New York: G. Braziller, 1969. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 195; April 14 (1969): 96-96.
Kirkus Reviews 37; May 1 (1969): 502-502.
New York Times Book Review 2; May 4 (1969): 34-34.
National Observer 8; June 9 (1969): 23-23.
Library Journal 94; September 15 (1969): 3204-3204.
New York Times Book Review 2; November 9 (1969): 62-62.
Listener 2.135; September 5 (1992): 52-53.
Owls Do Cry. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1957. Voyager link
Listener 929.36; May 31 (1957): 12-12.
Here and Now 60; Sept (1957): 29-30.
Education 3.6; Nov (1957): 64-66.
Landfall 44; Nov (1957): 327-331.
British Book News July (1985): 387-387.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) November 15 (1985): 1295-1295.
Otago Daily Times August 25 (1990): 21-21.
Landfall 3.44; Sept (1990): 350-358.
"Brain drain : the port as plughole in New Zealand literature." Australian Canadian Studies : a journal for the humanities and social sciences 18.1-2; (2000): 87-98.
"The modern library: the two hundred best novels in English since 1950." Picador, London, 2000.
"The New Zealand Novel." School Publications Branch, Dept of Education, Wellington, 1980.
Rainbirds. London: W.H. Allen, 1968. Voyager link
Observer October 13 (1968): 30-30.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) November 21 (1968): 1301-1301.
Listener 1536; March 21 (1969): 20-20.
Landfall 23; June (1969): 189-194.
Scented Gardens for the Blind. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1963. Voyager link
Listener 1247.49; August 19 (1963): 18-18.
Landfall 17; Dec (1963): 386-389.
Books Abroad 39; Summer (1965): 350-350.
New York Times Book Review 85; November 9 (1980): 41-41.
Listener 2248.103; March 5 (1983): 94-94.
The Adaptable Man. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1965. Voyager link
Time 86; August 6 (1965): 90-90.
New York Times Book Review 70; August 8 (1965): 4-4.
New Republic 153; September 11 (1965): 20-20.
Book Week October 3 (1965): 19-19.
New Yorker 41; October 9 (1965): 233-233.
Observer October 17 (1965): 28-28.
New Statesman 70; October 22 (1965): 613-613.
Listener 1367.53; December 17 (1965): 19-19.
Choice 2; Nov (1965): 579-579.
Books and Bookmen 11; Feb (1966): 31-31.
Landfall 20; Mar (1966): 92-95.
Journal of Commonwealth Literature 4; Dec (1967): 148-150.
Landfall 25; Dec (1971): 448-455.
Library Journal 12.117; July (1992): 132-132.
New and Notable 3.10; July (1993): 1-5.
Press Sup.; August 28 (1993): 10-10.
Metro 146; Aug (1993): 131-132.
Listener 2793.140; October 16 (1993): 52-53.
The Carpathians. Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1988. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 9.234; August 26 (1988): 76-76.
Listener 2534.122; September 24 (1988): 70-73.
New Statesman & Society 1; September 30 (1988): 42-42.
Metro 88.8; Oct (1988): 216-219.
Library Journal 113; October 15 (1988): 102-102.
Press October 15 (1988): 28-28.
North and South Nov (1988): 122-124.
More Nov (1988): 248-248.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4470; December 2 (1988): 1350-1350.
Landfall 43; Dec (1989): 518-522.
New York Times Book Review 94; January 22 (1989): 22-22.
Span 28; April (1989): 105-107.
The Edge of the Alphabet. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1962. Voyager link
Listener 1224.48; March 8 (1963): 18-18.
Landfall 17; June (1963): 192-195.
The Envoy From Mirror City. Auckland: Hutchinson, 1985. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 228; July 19 (1985): 42-42.
Metro 51; Sept (1985): 196-197.
Listener 2377.111; September 7 (1985): 53-53.
Library Journal 110; September 15 (1985): 76-76.
New York Times Book Review 90; October 6 (1985): 80-80.
PSA Journal 10.72; Nov (1985): 12-12.
Broadsheet 134; Nov (1985): 134-134.
New Statesman 110; November 29 (1985): 35-35.
London Review of Books 7; December 5 (1985): 26-26.
British Book News Jan (1986): 54-54.
Canadian Forum 68; April (1989): 31-31.
Press September 14 (1991): 26-26.
"An Angel at My Table." Hibiscus Films in association with the New Zealand Film Commission, 1990.
To the Is-Land. London: Womens Press in asociation with Hutchinson Group N.Z., 1983. Voyager link
Publishers Weekly 222; August 27 (1982): 350-350.
Library Journal 107; October 1 (1982): 1872-1872.
Kunapipi 2.5; (1983): 105-107.
Listener 2253.103; April 9 (1983): 82-83.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly July 4 (1983): 141-143.
Broadsheet 113; Oct (1983): 43-43.
London Review of Books 7; December 5 (1985): 26-26.
PSA Journal 10.72; Nov (1985): 12-12.
Canadian Forum 69; April (1989): 31-31.
Press September 14 (1991): 26-26.
Yellow Flowers in the Antipodean Room. New York: G. Braziller, 1969. Voyager link
New York Times 118; February 3 (1969): 33-33.
Christian Science Monitor 61; February 8 (1969): 9-9.
New York Times Book Review February 9 (1969): 5-5.
Library Journal 94; February 15 (1969): 778-778.
New York Times Book Review 12; February 27 (1969): 16-16.
Best Sellers 28; March 1 (1969): 475-475.
New Yorker 45; March 17 (1969): 146-146.
Time 93; March 21 (1969): 99-99.
Booklist 65; April 15 (1969): 942-942.
Saturday Review 52; April 19 (1969): 41-41.
Bookworld 3; April 27 (1969): 16-16.
Choice 6; Nov (1969): 1221-1221.
Library Journal 94; December 15 (1969): 4584-4584.
Library Journal 94; December 15 (1969): 4623-4623.
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Obituary
"A last letter to Frank Sargeson." Islands 1.1; July (1984): 17-22.
"Charles Brasch 1909-73: tributes and memories from his friends." Islands 2.3; Spring (1973): 232-253.
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Poetry
"An exhibit in the pre-Columbian room, Dumbarton Oaks Museum, Washington." Sunday Star Times Sup.; January 2 (2000): 4-5.
"The dead." Landfall 42; June (1957): 148-148.
"The joiner; The senator had plans; Scotts horse." Landfall 18; Sept (1964): 209-211.
The Pocket Mirror : Poems. New York, G. Braziller 1967.
Kirkus Reviews 35; March 1 (1967): 310-310.
Library Journal 92; May (1967): 1938-1938.
New Leader 50; August 14 (1967): 20-20.
Punch 254; February 7 (1968): 211-211.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) February 15 (1968): 155-155.
Choice 5; Mar (1968): 48-48.
Listener March 29 (1968): 20-20.
New and Notable 4.9; Nov (1992): 17-18.
New Zealand Herald 2; October 10 (1992): 6-6.
Dominion Sunday Times September 13 (1992): 22-22.
New Zealand Books 3.11; Aug (2001): 21-22.
"Three poems by Janet Frame." Listener August 28 (2004): 40-40.
"Waiting for daylight." Landfall 39; Sept (1956): 196-197.
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Short Story
Gorse is not people: new and uncollected stories. Auckland, Penguin 2012. Voyager link
Snowman, Snowman: Fables and Fantasies. New York, G. Braziller 1962.
"The bath." Landfall 75; Sept (1965): 25-230.
"The boys will." Landfall Dec (1966): 314-323.
The Lagoon and Other Stories. Christchurch, Caxton Press 1951.
Landfall 6; June (1952): 152-153.
Listener 667.26; April 18 (1952): 12-13.
NZ Monthly Review 19.2; Dec (1961): 23-24.
New Zealand Herald 2; August 11 (1990): 6-6.
Evening Post August 24 (1990): 9-9.
Otago Daily Times August 25 (1990): 21-21.
Dominion Sunday Times September 9 (1990): 14-14.
Press October 13 (1990): 26-26.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) 4600; May 31 (1991): 21-21.
Where's Waari?: a history of the Maori through the short story. Auckland, Reed 2000. Voyager link
You Are Now Entering the Human Heart. Wellington, Victoria University Press 1983.
Listener 2299.106; March 3 (1984): 82-82.
New Statesman 108; October 19 (1984): 30-30.
TLS (Times Literary Supplement) November 9 (1984): 1281-1281.
British Book News Feb (1985): 117-117.
London Review of Books 7; December 5 (1985): 26-26.
New Zealand Herald 2; September 19 (1992): 6-6.
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Short Story Collection
Gorse is not people: new and uncollected stories. Auckland, Penguin 2012. Voyager link
Short stories from Australia and New Zealand. Berlin, Cornelsen 1995.
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Sound Recording
Janet Frame. Wellington, Ministry of Education 1989.
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Videorecording
A State of Siege. Wellington, Ministry of Education 1978.
Artsville. Auckland, 3rd Party Productions 2008. Voyager link
 

Works about:

Anthology
Pearson, Bill. Critical Essays on the New Zealand Short Story. Heinemann, Auckland, 1982.
Aotearoa Neuseeland. Edition Klaus Isele, Eggingen, 1994.
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
Levy, F. "Janet Frame: joy in a world of words." New Zealand Woman's Weekly March 21 (1983): 20-21.
Fry, A. "Homage to Frame." Listener 2321.107; August 25 (1984): 57-57.
Reid, T. New Zealand Woman's Weekly August 5 (1985): 60-62.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks." Listener 2509.121; March 26 (1988): 71-71.
McLeod, Marion. "Janet Frame: in reality mode." Listener 2534.122; September 24 (1988): 24-26.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks : another chance." Listener 2596.125; December 4 (1989): 128-128.
Gifkins, Michael. "Bookmarks: Bigger splash." Listener 2579.124; August 12 (1989): 128-128.
Clement, Shelley. "Frame to screen." Onfilm 6.6; Oct/Nov (1989): 13-13.
Curry, Joan. "40 Years of Janet Frame." Press October 13 (1990): 26-26.
Wakefield, Philip. "Angel wings to Venice." Onfilm 6.7; Sept (1990): 5-5.
Wakefield, Philip. "Best times, worst times." Onfilm 7.7; Oct (1990): 8-8.
Thompson, Alastair. "Campion film scoops eight awards in Venice." Dominion September 17 (1990): 1-1.
Swain, Pauline. "Campions gift to New Zealand." Dominion July 17 (1990): 19-19.
Wakefield, Philip. "Finding the angel within." Evening Post October 4 (1990): 12-12.
O'Brien, T. "Frame stories still fresh almost 40 years on." Dominion Sunday Times September 9 (1990): 14-14.
Parker, John. "Frames of reference." Metro 113; Nov (1990): 188-188.
Kidman, Fiona. "Janet Frame in fact and fiction." Evening Post August 24 (1990): 9-9.
Carter, Alison. "Kerrys Janet moves cinema-goers to tears." New Zealand Womans Weekly August 6 (1990): 8-9.
Lang, Rachel. "NZ Film Awards: angel flies, Ruby shines." Onfilm 8.7; Nov (1990): 1, 6.
Langston, R. "Oamarus famous daughter leaves little trace." Dominion Sunday Times December 23 (1990): 11-11.
Ross, Frances. "Queen invests Frame and Curnow." Dominion February 15 (1990): 3-3.
McChesney, Megan. "Red wigs, faded dresses - and a cure for shyness." New Zealand Womans Weekly September 24 (1990): 8-9.
Reynolds, Ted. "Talent escaped scalpels cut." New Zealand Herald 2; August 11 (1990): 6-6.
McLeod, Marion. "The angels at our table: the language of the is-land." Listener 2638.128; October 8 (1990): 102-103.
Byrnes, Anne. "The NZ picture is looking good." National Business Review Sup.; October 5 (1990): 8-9.
Brooke, Agnes Mary. "Janet Frames evocative memories." The Press September 14 (1991): 26-26.
O'Hare, Noel. "Missing Frame." Listener 2675.130; July 1 (1991): 57-57.
"Janet Frame." New Zealand Official Yearbook (1993).
Blackburn, Joan. "Janet Frame heritage trail; Walking the trail." New Zealand Historic Places 67; Mar (1998): 14-16.
"Frame by Stones." Off the Record 6; (1999): 9-9.
Palmer, Rebekah. Dominion August 5 (2000): 20-20.
Welch, Denis. "A biographer at her table." Listener August 12 (2000): 20-24.
Stuck, Meredith. "City a special place for Janet Frame." Wanganui Chronicle August 6 (2000): 2-2.
Hubbard, Anthony. "Frame of mind." Sunday Star Times C; August 6 (2000): 1, 10.
McCrystal, John. "Frame of reference." Evening Post August 5 (2000): 31-31.
Moore, Christopher. "No ordinary life." The Press Sup.; August 5 (2000): 5-5.
Moore, Christopher. "No ordinary life." World Press Review 11.47; Nov (2000): 14.
Smith, Charmian. "The compassionate truth about Frame." Otago Daily Times H; August 5 (2000): 27-27.
Cook, Marjorie. "Frame in focus." Otago Daily Times July 9 (2001): 4-4.
Stead, C.K. "Keyboard practice." New Zealand Books 3.11; Aug (2001): 21-22.
King, Michael. "Something nobody counted on." Listener April 28 (2001): 22-24.
"An angel in waiting: our greatest writer, Janet Frame is terminally ill." Sunday Star Times December 7 (2003): 1-1.
Kitchin, Peter. "Daring to be different." Dominion Post July 9 (2003): 13-13.
Hubbard, Anthony. "Fading tomorrows." Sunday Star Times C; December 7 (2003): 1-2.
Sharp, Iain. "Frame reconsidered." Sunday Star Times October 19 (2003): 32-32.
Keith, Hamish. "Pin Money." Sunday Star Times June 29 (2003): 27-27.
Moore, Christopher. "Salute to an enigma." The Press December 13 (2003): 3-3.
Kitchin, Peter. Dominion Post B; January 30 (2004): 5-5.
McLean, Robyn. Dominion Post January 30 (2004): 3-3.
Crean, Mike. The Press January 30 (2004).
Scott, Mike. Otago Daily Times February 16 (2004): 4-4.
Wong, Gilbert. "An angel in Auckland." Auckland, Metro 273; Mar (2004): 98-98.
Wong, Gilbert. "An angel in Auckland." Metro 273; Mar (2004).
King, Michael. "Great writer and real dag." Sunday Star Times A; February 1 (2004): 10-10.
King, Michael. "Janet and the birds ; words at Janet Frames funeral, Dunedin, 14th February 2004." Landfall 207; (2004): 161-163.
"Janet Frame (1924-2004)." New Zealand Books 1.14; Mar (2004): 2-2.
McLeod, Scott. "Janet Frame : famously shy, profoundly gifted." New Zealand Herald Sup.; January 30 (2004).
"Opinion." Evening Standard January 31 (2004).
Sharp, Iain. "Revisiting the angel." Sunday Star Times C; September 12 (2004): 7-7.
"Angels and insects." Sunday Star Times C; October 16 (2005): 6-6.
"Poetry in the Frame." Sunday Star Times C; February 16 (2006): 8-8.
Smith, Charmian. "Poetry reveals Frame as mischievous, witty." Otago Daily Times Sup.; March 25 (2006): 6-6.
Jones, Lawrence. "Fine collection of fellows." Otago Daily Times September 20 (2008): 49,53.
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Biography
Beston, John B. "A brief biography of Janet Frame." World Literature Written in English 17; (1978): 565-569.
O'Brien, Gregory. Moments of invention: portraits of 21 New Zealand writers. Heinemann Reed, Auckland, 1988.
Henke, Suzette. "Jane Campion frames Janet Frame : a portrait of the artist as a young New Zealand poet." Biography: an interdisciplinary quarterly 4.23; Fall (2000): 651-669.
King, Michael. Wrestling with the Angel: a life of Janet Frame. Viking, Auckland, 2000.
King, Michael. An Inward Sun: the World of Janet Frame. Penguin, Auckland, 2002.
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Criticism
Hyman, S.E. Standards: a chronicle of books for our time. Horizon Press, New York, 1966: 239-243.
Graham, D. "Intelligence and wit." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 4; Dec (1967): 148-150.
Evans, Patrick. An Inward Sun: the novels of Janet Frame. Price Milburn, Wellington, 1970.
Jones, Lawrence. "No cowslips bell in Waimaru: the personal vision of Owls Do Cry." Landfall 3.24; Sept (1970): 280-289.
Stevens, Joan. "The art of Janet Frame." Listener 1593.64; May 4 (1970): 13, 52.
Evans, Patrick. "Janet Frame and the Adaptable Novel." Landfall 4.25; Dec (1971): 448-455.
Robertson, R.T. "Bird, Hawk, Bogie: Janet Frame 1952-62." Studies in the Novel 2.4; (1972): 186-199.
Malterre, M. "La recheche didentite dans A State of Siege de Janet Frame." Etudes Anglaises 25; Apr/June (1972): 232-244.
Rhodes, H. Winston. "Preludes and parables: a reading of Janet Frames novels." Landfall 2.26; June (1972): 135-146.
Evans, Patrick. "Alienation and the imagery of death: the novels of Janet Frame." Meanjin Quarterly 32; Sept (1973): 194-303.
Delbaere-Garant, J. Commonwealth Literature and the Modern World. Edited by H. Maes-Jelinek. Didier, Brussels, 1974: 147-155.
Griffiths, P. "Janet Frames Swans." Words 4; Jan (1974): 97-108.
Hankin, Cherry. "Language as theme in Owls Do Cry." Landfall 2.28; June (1974): 91-110.
Alcock, Peter. "A writer on the edge: Janet Frame and New Zealand identity." Commonwealth: Miscellanies, Melanges 1974-75.1; (1975): 171-175.
Maes-Jelinek, H. Commonwealth Literature and the Modern World. Didier, Brussels, 1975: 157-167.
Delbaere-Garant, J. "Daphnes metamorphoses in Janet Frames early novels." Ariel 2.6; April (1975): 23-37.
Dupont, V. "Editors postscript." Commonwealth: Miscellanies, Melanges 1974-75.1; (1975): 171-175.
Alcock, Peter. "Frames binomial fall, or fire and four in Waimaru." Landfall 3.29; Sept (1975): 179-187.
Rutherford, A. "Janet Frames divided and distinguished worlds." World Literature Written in English 1.14; April (1975): 51-68.
Leiter, R. "Reconsideration: the novels of Janet Frame." New Republic May 31 (1975): 21-22.
Malterre, M. "Myths and esoterics: a tentative interpretation of Janet Frames A State of Siege." Commonwealth 2; (1976): 107-112.
Delbaere-Garant, J. The Commonwealth Writer Overseas: themes of exile and expatriation. Didier, Brussels, 1976: 289-301.
Ashcroft, W.D. "Beyond the alphabet: Janet Frames Owls Do Cry." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 1.12; Aug (1977): 12-23.
Evans, Patrick. Janet Frame. Twayne, Boston, 1977.
Alcock, Peter. "On the edge: New Zealanders as displaced persons." World Literature Written in English 1.12; (1977): 127-142.
Delbaere, Jeanne. Bird, Hawk, Bogie: Essays on Janet Frame. Dangaroo Press, Aarhus, 1978.
Ferrier, Carole. South Pacific Image. South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Language and Literature Studies, Queensland, 1978: 196-203.
Massa, D. Individual and Community in Commonwealth Literature. University of Malta Press, Msida, 1979: 131-139.
Norton, David. "Life on the Edge of Death: Janet Frame's Winter Garden, Joy Cowley's The Silk and Maurice Gee's A Glorious Morning Comrade." Climate 29; Autumn (1979): 54-67.
Delbaere-Garant, J. "The divided worlds of Emily Bronte, Virginia Woolf and Janet Frame." English Studies 60; Dec (1979): 699-711.
Dalziel, Magaret. Janet Frame. Oxford University Press, Wellington, 1980.
Evans, Patrick. "Paradise or slaughterhouse: some aspects of New Zealand proletarian fiction." Islands 8; (1980): 71-85.
Cunningham, Kevin. The New Zealand Novel. School Publications Branch, Dept of Education, Wellington, 1980.
Evans, Patrick. "Farthest from the heart: the autobiographical parables of Janet Frame." Modern Fiction Studies 1.27; Spring (1981): 31-40.
Bevington, Helen. "Girl from New Zealand." New York Times Book Review November 12 (1982): 14-14.
Stead, C.K. In the Glass Case: Essays on New Zealand Literature. Auckland University Press : Oxford University Press, Auckland, 1982.
Rathgen, E. "A woman on her own." Women's Studies Association Conference Papers (1983): 113-118.
Jigger, V. "The grammar of journey: Doris Lessing and Janet Frame." Doris Lessing Newsletter 1.7; Summer (1983): 11-12.
Zimitis, Peteris. Moscow, Molodaia Gvardiia: Ezhemesiachnyi Literaturno Khudozhestvennyi i Obshchestvenno Politicheskii Zhurnal 8; (1984): 204-214.
Evans, Patrick. "Living and writing in the Maniototo." Span 18; April (1984): 76-88.
Horrocks, Roger. "Readings of A State of Siege (1967) and A State of Siege (1978)." And 3; Oct (1984): 131-145.
New, W.H. "The frame story world of Janet Frame." Toronto, Essays on Canadian Writing 29; Summer (1984): 175-191.
Caffin, Elizabeth. "Ways of saying in recent New Zealand fiction." Journal of New Zealand Literature 2; (1984): 7-14.
Jackson, Kamala. "C. K. Stead : poet, novelist, academic, activist and Aucklander on his origins, Frank Sargeson and Janet Frame, feminism and writing." Metro 44; Feb (1985): 122-130.
Mercer, Gina. "Exploring the secret caves of language: Janet Frames poetry." Meanjin 44; Sept (1985): 384-390.
Evans, Patrick. "Janet Frame and the art of life." Meanjin 44; Sept (1985): 375-383.
Harris, Wilson. "On the beach." Landfall 155; Sept (1985): 335-341.
Oliver, W.H. "Recent literary biography." JNZL: Journal of New Zealand Literature 2; (1985): 47-58.
Stein, Karen F. "The dark laughter of Janet Frame: Janet Frames humour." Pacific Quarterly Moana 2.9; (1985): 41-47.
Jones, Lawrence. "The one story, two ways of telling, three perspectives : recent New Zealand literary autobiography." Ariel 4.16; Oct (1985): 127-150.
Webby, Elizabeth. "The uses of fiction: some recent novels from the South Pacific region." Span 21; Oct (1985): 29-37.
Du Fresne, Yvonne. "An innocents look at New Zealand women writers." Womens Studies Journal 2.2; Aug (1986): 2-13.
Dowling, David. "Brave new worlds: Janet Frames Intensive Care and Hugh MacLennans Voices in Time." World Literature Written in English 1.25; Spring (1986): 168-181.
Bock, Hedwig. Essays on Contemporary Post-Colonial Fiction. Hueber, Munchen, 1986.
Smith, S. "Fixed salt beings: isms and living in the maniototo." Untold 5; Autumn (1986): 24-32.
Barrie, Lita. "Further toward a deconstruction of phallic univocality : deferrals." AGMANZ Journal 4.17; Summer (1986): 3-12.
Findley, Timothy. "Legends." Landfall 3.40; Sept (1986): 327-332.
Evans, Patrick. "The muse as a rough beast: the autobiographies of Janet Frame." Untold 6; Spring (1986): 1-10.
Jones, Lawrence. Barbed wire & mirrors : essays on New Zealand prose. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 1987.
MacLennan, C. "Dichotomous values in the novels of Janet Frame." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 1.22; (1987): 179-189.
Perry, Nick. "Flying by nets: the social pattern of New Zealand fiction." Islands 2.3; Dec (1987): 161-177.
Ross, R. "Linguistic transformation and reflection in Janet Frames Living in the Maniototo." World Literature Written in English 2.27; Autumn (1987): 321-326.
Bragan, K. "Medicine and literature: Janet Frame: contributions to psychiatry." New Zealand Medical Journal 817.100; February 11 (1987): 70-73.
MacLennan, C. "Myths and masks in two of Janet Frames novels The Adaptable Man and Yellow Flowers in the Antipodean Room (Rainbirds)." Kunapipi 2.9; (1987): 105-113.
McLeod, Aorewa. Public and private worlds: women in contemporary New Zealand. Allen & Unwin/Port Nicholson Press, Wellington, 1987: 67-81.
Maxwell, Anne. "Reading the bone people: toward a literary postcolonial nationalist discourse." Antic 3; Nov (1987): 23-45.
Smith, Shona. "Still suppressing...; reviewers and Daughter Buffalo." Untold 8; Spring (1987): 38-41.
Calder, Alex. "The closure of sense: Janet Frames language, and the body." Antic 3; Nov (1987): 93-104.
O'Sullivan, Vincent. A sense of exile: essays in the literature of the Asia-Pacific region. Edited by B. Bennett and S. Miller. Centre for Studies in Australian Literature, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, 1988: 181-187.
MacLennan, C. "Conformity and deviance in the fiction of Janet Frame." Journal of New Zealand Literature 6; (1988): 170-189.
Ash, Susan. "Janet Frame: the female artist as hero." Journal of New Zealand Literature 6; (1988): 170-189.
King, Michael. One of the Bohemians. In: One of the boys? Changing Views of Masculinity in NewZealand. Edited by Michael King. Heinemann, Auckland, 1988: 88-107.
Jones, Lawrence. "Continuing accomplishment: novels in 1988." Journal of New Zealand Literature 7; (1989): 106-130.
Huggan, G. "Resisting the map as metaphor: a comparison of Margaret Atwoods Surfacing and Janet Frames Scented gardens for the blind." Kunapipi 3.11; (1989): 5-15.
Chellappan, K. "The child archetype in the Commonwealth short stories: Katherine Mansfield, Janet Frame and Mulk Raj Anand." New Delhi, Commonwealth Review 1.1; (1989): 60-68.
Hardy, Linda. "The ghost of Katherine Mansfield." Landfall 43.4; Dec (1989): 416-432.
Evans, Patrick. "Filming fiction." Illusions 15; Dec (1990): 14-17.
Daley, Gail. "Janet Frame." Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 2.3; June (1990): 101-102.
Williams, Mark. Leaving the Highway: six contemporary New Zealand novelists (Chapter: Janet Frames suburban gothic.). Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1990.
Brown, Ruth. "Owls do Cry: portrait of New Zealand?." Landfall 3.44; Sept (1990): 350-358.
Tansley, R. "Self-centred cinema: language and the writer in An Angel at My Table." Antic 8; Dec (1990): 52-53.
Clarke, Jacqueline. "The dis-ease of writing." Illusions 15; Dec (1990): 18-19.
Lawn, Jennifer. "The many voices of Owls Do Cry : a Bakhtinian approach." Journal of New Zealand Literature 8; (1990): 87-105.
Henke, Suzette. "A portrait of the artist as a young woman: Janet Frames autobiographies." Span 31; Feb (1991): 85-94.
Birns, N. "Gravity star and memory flower: space, time and language in The Carpathians." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 16-28.
Petch, S. "Janet Frame and the languages of autobiography." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 58-71.
Ensing, Riemke. "Janet Frame: talking treasure: a perspective from New Zealand." Commonwealth 1.14; Autumn (1991): 47-57.
Platz, N. H. Janet Frames novels and the disconcert in the readers mind In: Anglistentag 1990 Marburg: Proceedings. Edited by C. Uhlig and R. Zimmerman. Niemeyer, Tubingen, 1991: 413-428.
Delrez, Marc. "Love in a post-cultural ditch: Janet Frame." Kunapipi 3.13; (1991): 108-116.
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Ash, Susan. "The narrative frame: unleashing (im)possibilities." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 1-15.
Henke, Suzette. "The postmodern Frame: metalepsis and discursive fragmentation in Janet Frames The Carpathians." Australian and New Zealand Studies in Canada 5; Spring (1991): 29-38.
Brown, Ruth. "The unravelling of a mad myth." Womens Studies Journal 1.7; May (1991): 66-74.
Potter, N. The voyage between self and society (In: International literature in English. Edited by Robert L. Ross.). Garland, London, 1991: 547-556.
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Brown, Ruth. "The Rainbirds: and other Dunedins." Journal of New Zealand Literature 10; (1992): 115-125.
Delbaere, Jeanne. The ring of fire: essays on Janet Frame. Dangaroo Press, Sydney, 1992.
Panny, Judith Dell. "A hidden dimension in Janet Frames fiction." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 59-70.
Mercer, Gina. "A simple everyday glass : the autobiographies of Janet Frame." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 41-48.
Brown, Ruth. "A state of siege: the sociable Frame." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 49-58.
Sutherland, Valerie. "A ventriloquist in the house of replicas: a reading of The Carpathians." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 106-113.
McNaughton, Howard. "Abjection, melancholy and the end note: the epilogue to Owls do cry." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 89-105.
Lambert, Alison. "Coverups and exposure: art and ideology in The Carpathians." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 172-177.
Lawn, Jennifer. "Docile bodies: normalization and the asylum in Owls Do Cry." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 178-187.
McNaughton, Howard. "Fraying the edge of an alphabet." Span 1.36; Oct (1993): 131-143.
Prentice, Chris. "Introduction." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 1-10.
Caney, Diane. "Janet Frame and The Tempest." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 152-171.
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Canetti, Lidia. "Janet Frame, the little child in us." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 188-192.
Dawhan, R.K. Janet Frame: talking treasure. In: New Zealand Literature Today. Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, New Delhi, 1993.
Platz, N. H. Janet Frames novels and the disconcert in the readers mind. (In: Imaginationand the Creative Impulse in the New Literatures in English. Edited by M.T. Bindella and G.V. Davis). Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1993: 203-217.
O'Brien, Susie. "little ole Noo Zealand: representations of NZ-US relations in Janet Frames Carpathians." Kunapipi 1.15; (1993): 94-102.
Wilson, Janet. "Post-modernism or post-colonialism? Fictive strategies in Living in the Maniototo and The Carpathians." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 114-131.
Dawhan, R.K. Postmodernist strategies in Janet Frames Scented gardens for the blind. In: New Zealand Literature Today. Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, New Delhi, 1993.
Barringer, Tessa. "Power of speech and silence." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 71-88.
Scopes, Eve. "Re-visioning Daughter Buffalo." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 144-151.
Bragan, K. "Survival after the cold touch of death: the resurrection theme in the writing of Janet Frame." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 132-143.
Ash, Susan. "The absolute distanced image: Janet Frames autobiography." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 21-40.
Evans, Patrick. "The case of the disappearing author." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 11-20.
Dawhan, R.K. The Lacanian real and Janet Frames Living in the Maniototo. In: New Zealand Literature Today. Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, New Delhi, 1993.
Tonetto, W. The memory flower, the gravity star and the real world. In: New Zealand Literature Today. Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, New Delhi, 1993.
Bergmann, Laurel. "The spectacle of the other." SPAN 36; (1993): 608-617.
Finney, Vanessa. "What does Janet Frame mean?." Journal of New Zealand Literature 11; (1993): 193-205.
Sharp, Iain. "A bluffers guide to Janet Frame." Quote Unquote 9; Mar (1994): 16-18.
Bazin, Claire. "An angel at my table." Commonwealth: essays and studies 1.17; Autumn (1994): 80-88.
Gay, Penny. Bastards from the bush: Virginia Woolf and her Antipodean relations. In: Virginia Woolf: emerging perspectives. Edited by M. Hussey, V. Noverow and J. Lilienfeld. Pace University Press, New York, 1994: 289-295.
Ferrier, Carole. "Dualities and differences revisited: recent books on Janet Frame." Hecate 2.20; (1994): 251-258.
Ball, John Clement. "Framing the American abroad: a comparative study of Robert Kroetschs Gone Indian and Janet Frames The Carpathians." Canadian Literature 141; Summer (1994): 38-50.
Mercer, Gina. Janet Frame: Subversive Fictions. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 1994.
Petch, S. "Speaking for herselves." Southerly 4.54; Summer (1994): 44-58.
Alley, Elizabeth. The Inward Sun: Celebrating the Life and Work of Janet Frame. Daphne Brasell Associates, Wellington, 1994.
Irvine, Lorna M. Critical spaces: Margaret Laurence and Janet Frame. Camden House, Columbia, SC, 1995.
Hawes, Tara. "Janet Frame: The Self as Other/Othering the Self." Deep South 1.1; Feb (1995).
Perrier, Jean-Louis. "New Zealand Pacific doorway." Antipodes 1; (1995): 38-42.
Leggott, Michele. Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 1995.
Ash, Susan. Scandalously in-different? Janet Frame, postmodernism and gender. In Opening the Book: New Essays on New Zealand Writing. Auckland University Press, 1995.
Unsworth, Jane. Why does an author who apparently draws so much on autobiography seem committed to alienating the reader? A reflection on theories of autobiography with reference to the work of Janet Frame (In: The Uses of Autobiography. Edited by Julia Swindells). Taylor & Francis, London, 1995.
Cooke, Grayson. "Can I play with your Janet Frame?." JAAM: just another art movement 4; May (1996): 60-62.
Schwartz, Susan. "Dancing in the asylum: the uncanny truth of the madwoman in Janet Frames autobiographical fiction." Ariel 4.27; Oct (1996): 113-127.
Blowers, Tonya. "Madness, philosophy and literature: a reading of Janet Frames Faces in the Water." Journal of New Zealand Literature 14; (1996): 74-89.
Hansson, Karin. The Unstable Manifold: Janet Frames Challenge to Determinism. Lund University Press, Lund, 1996.
Wheeler, Kathleen. A guide to twentieth-century women novelists. Blackwell, Oxford, 1997.
Baisnee, Valerie. Gendered resistance: the autobiographies of Simone de Beauvoir, Maya Angelou, Janet Frame and Marguerite Duras. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1997.
Sambamoorthy, Ahila. "The Fantastic as a Mode of Writing in Janet Frames Stories." Deep South 2.3; Winter (1997).
Klooss, Wolfgang. Across the lines : intertextuality and transcultural communication in the new literatures in English. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1998.
Ingram, Penelope. "Can the settler speak? Appropriating subaltern silence in Janet Frames The Carpathians." Cultural Critique 41; Winter (1999): 79-107.
Lawn, Jennifer. "Redemption, secrecy and the hermeneutic frame in Janet Frames Scented Gardens for the Blind." Ariel 3.30; July (1999): 105-105.
Zinato, Susanna. The house is empty: grammars of madness in J. Frames Scented Gardens for the Blind and B. Heads A Question of Power. CLUEB, Bologna, 1999.
Gillett, Sue. "Angel from the mirror city : Jane Campions Janet Frame." Senses of the Cinema: an online film journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema Nov (2000).
Phillipson, Alan. "Brain drain : the port as plughole in New Zealand literature." Australian Canadian Studies : a journal for the humanities and social sciences 18.1-2; (2000): 87-98.
Delrez, Marc. "Forbidding bodies ; avatars of the physical in the world of Janet Frame." World Literature Written in English 2.38; (2000): 70-79.
Jennings, Olivia. "Seeking indegineity : the search for the Lost Tribe in Janet Frames The Edge of the Alphabet." World Literature Written in English 2.38; (2000): 80-93.
Blowers, Tonya. The Textual Contract: Distinguishing Autobiography from the Novel. (In: Representing Lives: Women and Auto/Biography. Edited by Alison Donnell and and Pauline Polkey). Macmillan--St. Martins, Houndmills, England New York, NY, 2000.
Blowers, Tonya. "To the Is-land : self and place in autobiography." Australian Canadian Studies : a journal for the humanities and social sciences 1-2.18; (2000): 51-64.
Casertano, Renata. Falling Away from the Centre: Centrifugal and Centripetal Dynamics in Janet Frames Short Fiction. In: Telling Stories: Postcolonial Short Fiction in English. Edited by Jacqueline Bardolph. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2001: 349-356.
Rochette-Crawley, Susan. Janet Frame. In: A Readers Companion to the Short Story in English. Edited by Erin Fallon, et al. Greenwood, Westport, CT, 2001: 162-166.
Richards, Ian. "The facts of life : Janet Frames The Bath." Journal of New Zealand Literature 18-19; (2001): 173-181.
Harding, Bruce. "The nativization of feeling : motifs of bonding to the past and to the land in Janet Frames A State of Siege (1996) and in The Carpathians (1998)." Journal of New Zealand Literature 18-19; (2001): 114-138.
Sanchez Mosquera, Ana Maria. "Un/writing the body : Janet Frames An Angel at my Table." Commonwealth Novel in English 2000-2001.9-10; Spring-Fall (2001): 218-241.
Dupont, V. Common Wealth. Akademisk Boghandel, Aarhus, 2002.
Stead, C.K. Kin of Place. Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2002.
Delrez, Marc. Manifold Utopia: The Novels of Janet Frame. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2002.
Rockel, Angela. "Meeting the angel." Southerly 3.62; (2002): 8-18.
Bazin, Claire. "Taboo or not taboo? Janet Frames autobiography." Commonwealth: essays and studies 2.24; Spring (2002): 117-127.
Wilson, Janet. Teaching the New Zealand novel : prose-poetry and the ideology of the Third Way : essays in honour of Dieter Riemenschneider. In: Crabtrack : progress and process in teaching the new literatures in English. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2002: 305-320.
Wilson, Janet. The abject and sublime: enabling conditions of New Zealands postcolonial identity. In Postcolonial Cultures and Literatures. Edited by Andrew Benjamin, Tony Davies and Robbie Goh. Lang, New York, 2002.
Bazin, Claire. Homelessness of self : Janet Frames autobiography. In: Mapping the self : space, identity, discourse in British auto/biography. Edited by Frederic Regard.. Universite de Saint-Eitienne, Saint-Etienne, France, 2003: 313-321.
Gudmundsdottir, Gunnthorunn. Borderlines : autobiography and fiction in postmodern life writing. Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2003.
Sutherland, Katherine G. "Land of their graves : maternity, mourning and nation in Janet Frame, Sara Suleri, and Arundhati Roy." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/Revue Canadienne de Litterature Comparee 1.30; (2003): 201-216.
Oettli, Simone. Surfaces of Strangeness: Janet Frame and the Rhetoric of Madness. Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2003.
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Drama
Jones, Laura. An Angel at My Table: the screenplay. Random Century, Auckland, 1990.
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Essay
Edmond, Lauris. "New Zealand writers: Janet Frame." Affairs Nov (1972): 10-11.
Beston, John B. "A bibliography of Janet Frame." World Literature Written in English 17; (1978): 570-585.
Eldred-Grigg, Stevan. "A bourgeois blue? Nationalism and letters from the 1920s to the 1950s." Landfall 41.3; Sept (1987): 293-311.
Angelo, Faye M. Paying attention to Living in the Maniototo. University of Auckland, 1989.
Stead, C.K. "Janet Frame, Janet Clutha and Karl Waikato." Landfall 198; Spring (1999): 217-232.
King, Michael. "Janet Frame : Antipodean phoenix in the American chicken coop." Antipodes 2.15; Dec (2001): 86-87.
King, Michael. "The compassionate truth." Meanjin 1.61; Mar (2002): 24-24.
Tinkler, Alan. "Janet Frame." Review of Contemporary Fiction 2.24; Summer (2004): 89-124.
Williams, Mark. "Janet Frame (1924-2004)." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 2.39; June (2004): 121-126.
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Interview
Bilbrough, Miro. "Being Janet." Listener 2638.128; October 8 (1990): 104-104.
Alley, Elizabeth. "An honest record: an interview with Janet Frame." Landfall 45; June (1991): 154-168.
Campion, Jane. "Intimate look at Janet Frame." Otago Daily Times July 6 (1991): 18-18.
Campion, Edith. "There's nothing the matter with Elizabeth Jane." Ms Magazine 4.1; Jan/Feb (1991): 67-67.
Alley, Elizabeth. In the Same Room: Conversations with New Zealand Writers. Auckland University Press, Asheville, 1992.
Chenery, Susan. "The final word. Interview." Sunday Star Times D; September 25 (1994): 1-2.
Hotere, Andrea. "Signs of life." New Zealand Education Review 25.1; (1996): 17-18.
Sharp, Iain. "In the Frame." Sunday Star Times C; September 15 (2002): 7-7.
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Obituary
Off the Record 11; (2004): 8-8.
Daily News January 30 (2004): 1-1.
McLauchlan, Gordon. "Literary angel mourned." New Zealand Herald January 31 (2004).
Stead, C.K. "The gift of language." Listener 3260.192; February 7 (2004): 18-23.
Stead, C.K. "The gift of language." Listener 192.3326; February 7 (2004): 18-23.
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Poetry
Speirs, Malcolm. Three poems of Janet Frame: for high voice and twelve instrumentalists. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 1985.
Turner, Brian. "Books." Dominion Post March 11 (2006): Sup. 17.
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Short Story Collection
Manhire, Bill. Some other country: New Zealand's best short stories. Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2008.
Sewell, Bill. Essential New Zealand short stories. Random House, Auckland, 2009.
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Thesis
Brame, Gillian R. A discussion of theme and image in the major fiction of Janet Frame. University of Auckland, 1965.
Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia. Janet Frame: some themes from her novels. University of Auckland, Auckland, 1974.
Skolil, G. Symbolism in Janet Frames short stories and novels. Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail, Toulouse, 1978.
Chua, Siew Keng. Some women poets of the sixties: the confessional poetry of Janet Frame, Fleur Adcock, Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton. University of Auckland, Auckland, 1981.
Luke, Alistair. The spare room and the view. University of Auckland, Auckland, 1985.
Carroll, Brigid. Patterns of language and marginality in Janet Frame. University of Auckland, Auckland, 1988.
Delrez, Marc. "Boundaries and beyond: memory as quest in Janet Frames The Carpathians." Commonwealth 1.13; Autumn (1990): 95-105.
Ash, Susan. Narrating a female subjectivity in the works of Katherine Mansfield, Robin Hyde, Janet Frame and Keri Hulme. University of Otago, Dunedin, 1990.
O'Neill, Phillip Raymond. Unsettling the empire: postcolonialism and the troubled identities of settler nations. New York University, 1993.
Baisnee, Valerie. Gendered resistance : a comparative study of four twentieth-century womens autobiographies. University of Auckland, Auckland, 1994.
MacKenzie, Joy. Facing our terrible gods: the personal poetry of Meg Campbell. University of Auckland, 1995.
Simmons, Vinette. The spilt ink club. University of Auckland, 2001.
Smaill, Anna. Existence as threat in Janet Frames fiction. University of Auckland, 2002.
Davis, Rose. Words and worlds of dream in the novels of Janet Frame. University of Auckland, 2002.
Buchanan, Carol. Framed. University of Auckland, 2005.
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Videorecording
Frame, Janet. A State of Siege. Ministry of Education, Wellington, 1978.
O'Brien, Gregory. The writing of Janet Frame. Wellington, 2006.
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