Giovanni Mardersteig and the Officina Bodoni

Officina Bodoni Giovanni Mardersteig Alexander Turnbull

Late last year I viewed the Alexander Turnbull Library‘s copy of the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili . This is Aldus Manutius’ most famous and most technically difficult book. Spanning three languages (sometimes on the same page), extensive woodcut illustrations (every one worth a day’s looking) and interesting typographic layouts, the book is often thought to be one of the most beautiful ever printed. But its real achievement is only understood when we realise that every page was hand-printed, making the typographic challenges immense.

The Hypnerotomachia is fascinating, even exciting, to see (and to read, thanks to a recent Phaidon-published translation, and with the wonderful descriptions and discussion in Andrew Hui’s The Poetics of Ruins). But as a book I felt about it the way one generally feels when seeing Manet’s Olympia, or any other artwork that has become a stand-in for an artistic period. It represents something important, but its own impact has been dulled through its ubiquity.

Last week, again at the Turnbull Library, I saw some books by another printer-publisher who has been called “The last of the great classic printers.” These books, unlike the Hypnerotomachia, left me thrilled. Far from being solely historically interesting, these books were contemporary, emphatically modern and of the twentieth century. They spoke directly rather than through the lens of history. And yet everything about them demonstrated that they are a continuation of Aldus Manutius’ printing tradition. Everything about them represented Aldus’ motto of “Festina lente”, or “make haste, slowly”—or to use a New Zealand poetic analogy, these books knew that “One foot is for holding on, and one is for letting go.”

The books I saw were all printed by Giovanni Mardersteig at his Officina Bodoni. Born “Hans”, Mardersteig founded his hand press in Switzerland in 1922, moved it to Verona in 1927, and ran it from there until his death in 1977. The move to Italy came about when Mardersteig won the Italian government’s commission to print the entire works of Gabriele D’Annunzio.

The Officina Bodoni printed books both under its own imprint, and for other publishers. Faber&Faber, for instance, had Mardersteig print a small edition of T. S. Eliot’s The Wasteland. He also printed a run of Katherine Mansfield’s The Garden Party, illustrated by Marie Laurencin. Later, around 1950, Mardersteig also set up a mechanical press called the Stamperia Valdonega to publish more books that did not aspire to the art of his hand press.

Just slipping Mardersteig’s The Tempest out of its custom-made box says so much about the classical modernity of his books. It’s bound in vellum, that remnant of medieval manuscripts, yet is coloured in an almost outrageously modern lime green (see image at top). The colour is straight from an abstract painter’s palette (though anachronistic, I think of Imi Knoebel’s colours). And the vellum marbles it, gives it a depth and variety that glows.

Mardersteig King Lear Officina Bodoni
The Turnbull Library’s copy of Mardersteig’s The Tempest is one of the 224 paper copies, but bound in vellum.

Mardersteig’s printers’ device itself is classical, but with a flourish—he changed the orb to horns. Looking briefly, it’s unnoticeable, but the more you look and compare it to classical devices it even elicits a laugh.

If anyone is interested in learning more, I’ve particularly enjoyed the 1980 The Officina Bodoni: An Account of the Work of a Hand Press published under the Stamperia Valdonega imprint after Mardersteig’s death. The Officina’s typography deserves an essay on its own, and this book includes examples of almost all the printers’ types.

If I could have just one of the Officina Bodoni books to own? It would have to be the 1969 De Aetna, his version of Pietro Bembo’s account of the ascent of Mt Etna with his father. The original edition was published in 1495 by Aldus Manutius himself, and was the first time Aldus used the Roman type crafted by Francesco Griffo. For this book, published in separate English, German and Italian translations of the Latin original (each in an edition of 125), Mardersteig revived the “Bembo” type that Stanley Morison had worked on. It’s a wonderful book speaking across countries, across traditions, and across time from early modernity to perhaps its last great flourishing.

Pietro Bembo De Aetna Officina Bodoni
Alexander Turnbull Library’s copy of the Officina Bodoni Aesop, which is beautifully illustrated and might be Mardersteig’s most lavish book (in fact two volumes).

What’s really at stake in book-culling decision [Newsroom Essay]

This essay was originally published on Newsroom, February 10, 2020.

Festina lente. Make haste, slowly.

This was the motto of one of the Renaissance’s greatest publishers, whose most famous book the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington in fact owns a copy of.

The motto implies that we must make progress, that we must move forwards, but always with the wisdom of the past. Move forward, but with care; with attention; and with the knowledge that we today could be wrong. The motto has always seemed perfect for a library’s vision statement, summing up its central role. Yet in its decision to deaccession more than 600,000 “overseas” books, our National Library seems to have done us a disservice. “Shortsighted,” Helen Clark said of the cull. All New Zealanders should care deeply about the Library’s decision, because it strikes to the heart of how insular or open we are as a nation.

The Library is culling books from its “Overseas published collections” to “make room for New Zealand, Māori and Pacific stories”. The books being “rehomed” or destroyed (whichever it is, the effect is the same for National Library users) encompass philosophy, religion, arts, science, languages and a great deal more. In public announcements, Library staff keep trying to emphasise the irrelevance of the books they’re culling, like old computer guides from the 1990s. But time and again, even the books they cherry-pick as irrelevant examples seem deeply relevant. We may not learn about how to use a computer from an old computer manual, but we might learn about the ephemerality of new technologies—something the Library itself should be thinking deeply about as it gets rid of physical books. (A line from Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 comes to mind: “The books are to remind us what asses and fools we are. They’re Caeser’s praetorian guard, whispering as the parade roars down the avenue, ‘Remember, Caeser, thou art mortal.’”)

We should remember too that what seems niche and irrelevant now may not be in the future. I’m 25, and I have been continually surprised by the turns and detours my interests have taken, leading me deeper into books I had never thought I would be interested in—and I know this is true for many other young people. The idea that young people will read digitally and not need print books is itself a patronising attitude, failing to take into account how technologies fall in and out of favour. Many now see the beginnings of a rejection of technology in young peoples’ lives, and it would not be surprising if this translates to a return to reading physical books.

The Library’s public announcement was good PR—it turned a negative into a positive, because which New Zealander doesn’t want more books about New Zealand? But that decision to cull internationally-published books to make room for New Zealand ones belies a deeply unsettling idea at the heart of the National Library and its master, Internal Affairs. It implies a ‘little New Zealandism’ that many thought we dispensed with decades ago. It’s a form of nationalism: an unsettling one at a time of growing nationalism around the world. In essence, it’s about whether we see ourselves as an insular, navel-gazing nation, concerned only with ourselves and our own affairs; or whether we see ourselves as shaped by and part of a global community, continually learning from the world.

Where the discussion should be centred is on the role of the National Library. The institution has decided that its role is to focus exclusively on “New Zealand, Māori and Pacific stories,” at the expense of the world around us. I expect Library staff might point to the impossibility of our National Library collecting deeply in international materials, or to the British Library’s own emphasis on British collections. But in the first case, the impossibility of collecting everything does not mean we should throw out those international resources we already have. And we simply cannot afford to take the same approach as the British Library, because we are a different nation with different needs. Our geographic distance still affects us daily, and it will always mean we need to go out of our way to connect ourselves to the world.

How will the culling affect New Zealanders? A few examples.

First, the growing number of migrants coming to our shores, who are already and who will become New Zealanders, need a library that contains their own cultural histories too. What might now appear niche, foreign and irrelevant is to someone else their very culture—it might just be the book that connects them to themselves and to others, providing inspiration and social connection. A decision to throw out all the books that might link to our new citizens’ origins is a cultural handicap at best.

Second, New Zealand’s historians, academics and researchers do not study only New Zealand. From New Zealand, they study the world—all corners and all cultures of it. To deaccession any book that does not relate to New Zealand is a severe restriction on the kinds of thought our researchers can do. It throws us back into the days of staid cultural nationalism, when it was thought that New Zealanders were only good for studying New Zealand; and it says to every aspiring New Zealand thinker and researcher, from the start, that all that matters here is that which is within our borders. We should be wary of the current tendency for countries to turn in on themselves.

Finally, a decision like this slowly works its way into the national psyche. Our collective sense of possibility is shaped as much by what knowledge is absent as that which is present. This can be seen clearly in our arts and literature of the 1930s and 40s, when artists and writers struggled to obtain international books. At worst, it forces young people to go overseas—ensuring New Zealand remains a kind of frontier from which intelligent and interested young Katherine Mansfields and Frances Hodgkinses feel they must quickly escape.

No book is obscure to the person who needs it. Many will know the experience of discovering a book that seems essential and necessary to one’s life or studies. You may well be the first person to have requested the book from the library in 30 years, but to you it’s essential, the most important book in the world. A library should exist for those moments, for the intangible, unmeasurable power that even one book can have on an individual life and on a nation’s culture. Right now, if such a book was published overseas, there’s a good chance it has been or is soon to be culled from our National Library. And that thought is a crushing reality to any New Zealander who believes our country must be large enough to encompass at least some of the world, and not just the world within our sandy borders. In the words of John Beaglehole, one of our great historians: “The tradition of an island need not be insularity.”

Alberto Manguel Packs His Library

Alberto Manguel Packing My Library book review

Packing My Library: An Elegy and Ten Digressions, by Alberto Manguel. Yale University Press, 2018.

Having packed and unpacked many nascent libraries over the past decade, this was a book I needed. Manguel grew up in Israel to Argentine diplomat parents; after schooling back in Buenos Aires he set off for Europe at 21. Since then he has lived in France, Canada, Tahiti, New York and Buenos Aires again, where since 2016 he has been director of the National Library. My own diplomatic upbringing meant Manguel’s peripatetic perspective spoke to me, and his latest book offered the promise of (finally) a way to think about the paradox of diplomatic and educational itinerancy combined with the desire for the permanence and solidity of physical books.

Recently, in Oxford, I have been surrounded by all the books of one of the world’s great libraries, and yet I’ve felt oddly cut off from them. My own books, the ones I’ve annotated and dog-eared and which have followed me from place to place, are packed in boxes and kept in storage just as Manguel’s books are. Here I go each day to the libraries but request books in advance and say goodbye to them each evening; I have none of the serendipitous reading that I had back home. Of course, this is partly grass is greener syndrome, for at home I was frustrated that no library in New Zealand had some of the books I was wanting to read.

Manguel is a guide through many of these thoughts, the odd and sometimes embarrassing feelings of wanting to possess leaves of paper between two covers. This slim book is purportedly about Manguel’s experience of packing his 35,000-volume library in a small French town when for bureaucratic reasons (he never explains more) he and his partner moved to New York City. Riffing on Walter Benjamin’s famous Unpacking My Library essay in at least one chapter, the book soon becomes a musing on the role of public libraries. I wanted more of the Packing My Library and a bit less of Manguel’s role at a public library; he is at his literary best when writing about the personal role of books, rather than the institutional or societal.

On first reading I didn’t read the book the way Manguel wanted it to be read. Each of the ten “chapters” (each just a few pages long) is followed by a “digression” picking up on one of the ideas of the previous chapter. It felt as though Manguel had written the key storyline and then interspersed the digressions later, and so I began skipping the digressions to read the primary essays. I then went back to the digressions afterwards.

Some of the best chapters I had already read: what felt to me like the essay upon which the whole book rests, for instance, Manguel had published in 2008 in a New York Times Home & Garden essay. The book’s opening pages come from this essay, albeit with a slight modification. Where in 2008 Manguel, living happily in France with his library in the old barn, had written “I knew that once the books found their place, I would find mine”, here in 2018, after packing his library, he adds “I was to be proved wrong.”

I found it curious to trace the editorial changes between that 2008 essay and the chapter in this book. Again, from 2008:

The library of my adolescence — a time when the simultaneous discoveries of sex and the injustice of the world called for words to name the frightening stirrings in my body and in my head — contained almost every book that still matters to me today; of the thousands that have been added since, few are essential.

Come 2018, whether for editorial reasons or some kind of embarrassment, Manguel has adjusted this simply to “After this came the library of my adolescence, which, built throughout my high school years, contained almost every book that still matters to me today.” What happened to the discoveries of sex and the injustice of the world in the interim?

Some of Manguel’s most vivid and even heart-wrenching writing seems to sneak up, mid-paragraph, with no warning. These make whole the idea of the book as an elegy for a lost library, and for time passed. Standing at a street-side second hand bookseller’s stall in New York reading the same volume of a book now in storage, Manguel muses that “the fingers that now turn the pages as I stand on the sidewalk among the passerby execute the same gesture they made long ago, on a morning when they were not stiff and speckled and gnarled. But now the gesture has become part of a conscious ritual, enacted every time I come across the same book with the same remembered cover…”

In later sections Manguel thinks about the societal implications of public libraries, and on the habits of mind brought about by the internet. “Negative freedom (answering the question “What is allowed to me?”), Manguel suggests, “might correspond to the Alexandrian kings’ ambition to collect everything, reflected today in the vast scope of the Web, collecting facts, opinions, information and misinformation, and even deliberate lies “because everything should be allowed to me.” Better, Manguel suggests, to think of Rawls’ notion of “freedom’s worth”—and it is allowing citizens to act according to that notion that is the central function of a national library.

While critically important, these latter sections didn’t feel like Manguel at his best. They read like Yeats’ “sixty year old smiling public man” saying what he knows he needs to say, rather than what he wants to say and most deeply feels. I finished the book without the answer to my confusions over the strength of my desire for physical books—but, Manguel would say, that was inevitable. “Reading Kafka”, he writes “I sense that the elicited questions are always just beyond my understanding. They promise an answer but not now, perhaps next time, next page.”

My Borrowings from the Bodleian Libraries, 2018-19

Bodleian Library Borrowings Oxford

At the beginning of my time in Oxford I came across this book, “Walter Pater’s reading: a bibliography of his library borrowings and literary references, 1858-1873.” Billie Andrew Inman reconstructed as best as possible Pater’s borrowings from a few of Oxford’s libraries that had kept records—and what resulted was an amazing portrait of the development of a mind.

Mostly for my own sake, I thought I’d publish here a list of my own requests from Bodleian Libraries between September 2018 and June 2019. The list is only partial: it does not include any books I’ve referred to on the open stacks of library shelves (so this is a major omission), nor books I’ve bought or which are held in college libraries. It only includes books I had to request from the Bodleian’s off-site, closed stack materials. But despite it being partial I think it might be a valuable reminder to me of my time in Oxford, and perhaps of interest to others.

Scrolling through this list myself, certain themes stand out clearly: an overriding obsession with New Zealand, and a growing interest in NZ’s early history; book history and the history of printing; and art, nationalism and cosmopolitanism, which I wrote about for my dissertation. Maybe others might see different themes and connections to which I’m blind. Certainly some of this reading has already appeared on this blog, for instance: In Search of Disappointment Island; Alexander Turnbull and New Zealand’s Library; and Printing and Typography in New Zealand: A Short Bibliography.

Apologies for the awkward formatting and sometimes truncated titles. This is the only form in which I could export my borrowings. And for those interested in the last line of each book, where the library is written: the Weston Library is the Bodleian’s rare books and manuscripts library, so is where I had to refer to older materials; the Radcliffe Camera is the history faculty’s library, but which I also used most often as a reading room; and the Sackler is the art library. Finally, there are some truly odd titles in here (something about Scottish peerage succession?): sometimes pamphlets would come bound in big groups, and the title here refers to the first item in the bundle, not necessarily the thing I was reading.


My Bodleian Borrowings, September 2018 – June 2019

1

The British colonization of New Zealand : being an account of the principles, objects, and plans of

Wakefield, Edward Jerningham, 1820-1879.

Return Date: 28/06/19, 15:07

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

2

Busby of Waitangi : H. M.’s resident at New Zealand, 1833-40 /

Ramsden, Eric, 1898-1962

Return Date: 28/06/19, 15:07

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

3

The New Zealanders. Illustrated: by George French Angas.

Angas, George French, 1822-1886.

Return Date: 28/06/19, 15:56

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

4

A select list of books printed between 1501 and 1800 in the library’s collection

Greenmeadows mount st. Mary’s seminary, libr.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 08:54

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

5

Advice on establishing a library. /

Naudé, Gabriel, 1600-1653.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 08:53

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

6

The fascinating folly : Dr. Hocken and his fellow collectors /

McCormick, E. H. (Eric Hall), 1906-1995.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 08:53

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

7

A grammar and vocabulary of the language of New Zealand /

Kendall, Thomas, 1778?-1832

Return Date: 28/06/19, 15:07

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

8

Description of a view of the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, and the surrounding country /

Return Date: 28/06/19, 15:07

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

9

Heaphy : Iain Sharp.

Return Date: 29/06/19, 10:03

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

10

Early imprints in New Zealand libraries : a finding list of books printed before 1801 held in librar

Return Date: 29/06/19, 10:03

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

11

Mass civilisation and minority culture /

Leavis, F. R. (Frank Raymond), 1895-1978.

Return Date: 30/05/19, 09:25

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

12

An account of New Zealand : and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society’s mis

Yate, William.

Return Date: 24/05/19, 08:30

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

13

Journal of the Resolution’s voyage, in 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775 : On discovery to the Southern Hem

Cook, James, 1728-1779.

Return Date: 24/05/19, 08:30

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

14

Some account of New Zealand.

Savage, John surgeon. pre20

Return Date: 21/05/19, 08:59

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

15

Extract of a letter … to an influential character here on the advantages to be derived from the es

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:00

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

16

Narrative of a voyage to New Zealand, : performed in the years 1814 and 1815, in company with the Re

Nicholas, John Liddiard, author.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:00

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

17

Travels in New Zealand : with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history o

Dieffenbach, Ernst, 1811-1855.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:00

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

18

Narrative of a voyage to New Zealand, : performed in the years 1814 and 1815, in company with the Re

Nicholas, John Liddiard, author.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:00

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

19

Fauna of New Zealand : materials towards a fauna of New Zealand, Auckland Island, and Chatham Island

Travels in New Zealand

Return Date: 21/05/19, 16:37

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

20

The life of James K. Baxter /

McKay, F. M. (Francis Michael)

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:45

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

21

Journal of Captain Cook’s last voyage to the Pacific Ocean, on Discovery : performed in the years 17

Rickman, John, officer on board the Discovery.

Return Date: 02/07/19, 13:20

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

22

An account of New Zealand : and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society’s mis

Yate, William.

Return Date: 21/06/19, 08:30

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

23

The end of the history of art? /

Belting, Hans.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

24

The new art history : a critical introduction /

Harris, Jonathan (Jonathan P.)

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

25

Critical terms for art history /

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

26

Art history : a critical introduction to its methods /

Hatt, Michael, 1960- author.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

27

Orientalism /

Said, Edward W., author.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

28

The art of art history : a critical anthology /

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

29

Image of the people : Gustave Courbet and the 1848 revolution /

Clark, T. J. (Timothy J.)

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

30

The social history of art /

Hauser, Arnold, 1892-1978.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:20

Upper Gladstone Link

31

Patterson : houses of Aotearoa.

Return Date: 06/05/19, 16:32

Sackler Library Desk

32

Whare karakia : Māori church building, decoration & ritual in Aotearoa New Zealand, 1834-1863 /

Sundt, Richard Alfred.

Return Date: 06/05/19, 16:32

Sackler Library Desk

33

Modernities : a geohistorical interpretation /

Taylor, Peter J. (Peter James), 1944-

Return Date: 06/05/19, 16:32

Sackler Library Desk

34

Planetary modernisms : provocations on modernity across time /

Friedman, Susan Stanford, author.

Return Date: 06/05/19, 16:32

Sackler Library Desk

35

William Mason : the first New Zealand architect.

Stacpoole, John.

Return Date: 29/04/19, 15:52

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

36

An introduction to New Zealand painting 1839-1967 /

Brown, Gordon H., 1931-

Return Date: 24/04/19, 09:08

Sackler Library Desk

37

Cosmopolitan style : modernism beyond the nation /

Walkowitz, Rebecca L., 1970-

Return Date: 24/04/19, 09:08

Sackler Library Desk

38

The elegant shed : New Zealand architecture since 1945 /

Mitchell, David.

Return Date: 24/04/19, 09:09

Sackler Library Desk

39

New Zealand architecture : from Polynesian beginnings to 1990 /

Shaw, Peter, 1946-

Return Date: 24/04/19, 09:04

Sackler Library Desk

40

Ruth, Roger and me : debts and legacies /

Dean, Andrew, 1988- author.

Return Date: 27/04/19, 16:17

Social Science Library

41

Hard frost : structures of feeling in New Zealand literature, 1908-1945 /

Newton, John, 1959- author.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:45

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

42

Architecture and its interpretation : a study of expressive systems in architecture /

Bonta, Juan Pablo.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:02

Sackler Library Desk

43

New Zealand architecture : from Polynesian beginnings to 1990 /

Shaw, Peter, 1946-

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:03

Sackler Library Desk

44

Routledge handbook of cosmopolitanism studies /

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:03

Sackler Library Desk

45

Nationalism and social theory : modernity and the recalcitrance of the nation /

Delanty, Gerard.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:05

Sackler Library Desk

46

State housing in New Zealand /

Firth, Cedric.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:06

Sackler Library Desk

47

The elegant shed : New Zealand architecture since 1945 /

Mitchell, David.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:06

Sackler Library Desk

48

Architecture, 1820-1970 /

Stacpoole, John, author.

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:05

Sackler Library Desk

49

Constructing place : mind and matter /

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:06

Sackler Library Desk

50

Cosmopolitan style : modernism beyond the nation /

Walkowitz, Rebecca L., 1970-

Return Date: 21/05/19, 09:06

Sackler Library Desk

51

English printed books to 1700 in the Alexander Turnbull library.

Alexander Turnbull Library.

Return Date: 29/06/19, 10:03

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

52

The oldest manuscripts in New Zealand /

Taylor, David M. (David Mortimer)

Return Date: 29/06/19, 10:09

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

53

Cook’s Strait, New Zealand: Compiled from the charts of Captain Cook and the more recent English and

Return Date: 01/07/19, 09:09

Weston RBMSS (Collect at RR1)

54

The book revolution /

Escarpit, Robert, 1918-2000

Return Date: 01/07/19, 09:22

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

55

Alexander Turnbull : his life, his circle, his collections /

McCormick, E. H. (Eric Hall), 1906-1995.

Return Date: 01/07/19, 09:23

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

56

The Turnbull : a library and its world /

Barrowman, Rachel, 1963-

Return Date: 01/07/19, 09:23

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

57

Meetings with remarkable manuscripts /

Hamel, Christopher de, author.

Return Date: 01/07/19, 09:23

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

58

Religio medici /

Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682.

Return Date: 28/06/19, 14:26

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

59

Some account of New Zealand.

Savage, John surgeon. pre20

Return Date: 28/06/19, 14:26

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

60

A narrative of a nine months’ residence in New Zealand in 1827 : together with a journal of a reside

Earle, Augustus.

Return Date: 02/07/19, 13:19

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

61

Art and illusion : a study in the psychology of pictorial representation /

Gombrich, E. H. (Ernst Hans), 1909-2001.

Return Date: 27/06/19, 12:21

Upper Gladstone Link

62

The architect’s handbook of professional practice /

American Institute of Architects, author.

Return Date: 18/06/19, 09:58

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

63

New Zealand in 1842; or, The effects of a bad government on a good country, in a letter to … lord

Return Date: 10/06/19, 15:43

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

64

Travels in New Zealand : with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history o

Dieffenbach, Ernst, 1811-1855.

Return Date: 10/06/19, 15:43

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

65

Travels in New Zealand : with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history o

Dieffenbach, Ernst, 1811-1855.

Return Date: 10/06/19, 15:43

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

66

Narrative of a voyage to New Zealand, : performed in the years 1814 and 1815, in company with the Re

Nicholas, John Liddiard, author.

Return Date: 10/06/19, 16:03

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

67

Narrative of a voyage to New Zealand, : performed in the years 1814 and 1815, in company with the Re

Nicholas, John Liddiard, author.

Return Date: 10/06/19, 16:03

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

68

Architect’s essentials of ownership transition /

Piven, Peter.

Return Date: 18/06/19, 09:57

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

69

The architect’s handbook of professional practice : update 2006 /

Return Date: 18/06/19, 09:57

Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

70

Adventure in New Zealand, from 1839 to 1844 : with some account of the beginning of the British colo

Wakefield, Edward Jerningham, 1820-1879

Return Date: 17/06/19, 10:44

Weston Mackerras (RR1)

71

The dynamics of cultural nationalism : the Gaelic revival and the creation of the Irish nation state

Hutchinson, John, 1949-

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MIHI : collected poems /

Tuwhare, Hone, 1922-2008

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73

Les collections de l’Extrême-Orient : (Inde-Turkestan-Chine-Japon) /

Migeon, Gaston, 1861-1930.

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A new history of the humanities : the search for principles and patterns from Antiquity to the prese

Bod, Rens, 1965- author.

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Farewell to an idea : episodes from a history of modernism /

Clark, T. J. (Timothy J.)

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Modernities : a geohistorical interpretation /

Taylor, Peter J. (Peter James), 1944-

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Community and privacy : toward a new architecture of humanism /

Chermayeff, Serge, 1900-1996

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Art history after modernism /

Belting, Hans.

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Sackler Library Desk

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Coast, country, neighbourhood, city /

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Sackler Library Desk

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Spatialities : the geographies of art and architecture /

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Sackler Library Desk

81

The condition of postmodernity : an enquiry into the origins of cultural change /

Harvey, David, 1935-

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Social Science Library

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Making peoples : a history of the New Zealanders : from Polynesian settlement to the end of the nine

Belich, James, 1956-

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Upper Gladstone Link

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The New Zealand wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict /

Belich, James, 1956-

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Upper Gladstone Link

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Adventure in New Zealand, from 1839 to 1844 : with some account of the beginning of the British colo

Wakefield, Edward Jerningham, 1820-1879.

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Upper Gladstone Link

85

Katherine Mansfield’s New Zealand /

O’Sullivan, Vincent.

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Sackler Library Desk

86

Planetary modernisms : provocations on modernity across time /

Friedman, Susan Stanford, author.

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Sackler Library Desk

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The Oxford handbook of global modernisms /

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Sackler Library Desk

88

Old Wellington days : an intimate diary, to which is appended the ships of Wellington the Wellington

Lawlor, Pat, 1893-1979.

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Sackler Library Desk

89

Te Ao Tawhito : the old world 3000 BC – AD 1830 /

Anderson, Atholl, author.

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Sackler Library Desk

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Unseasonable youth : modernism, colonialism, and the fiction of development /

Esty, Joshua, 1967-

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Arts in New Zealand.

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Te ao hou : the new world.

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Te ao hou : the new world.

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Arts in New Zealand.

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Arts in New Zealand.

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96

Arts in New Zealand.

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97

The city of the Strait : Wellington and its province ; a centennial history /

Mulgan, Alan, 1881-1962

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Abel Janszoon Tasman’s journal of his discovery of Van Diemens Land and New Zealand in 1642 : with d

Tasman, Abel Janszoon, 1603?-1659.

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Weston David (RR3)

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Remarks upon a pamphlet entitled “The Taranaki question, by Sir William Martin … late Chief Justic

Busby, James, 1801-1871.

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Weston David (RR3)

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The Making of Wellington, 1800-1914 /

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101

An historical collection of the several voyages and discoveries in the south Pacific ocean.

Dalrymple, Alexander. pre20

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Weston David (RR3)

102

Journal of the Resolution’s voyage, in 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775 : On discovery to the Southern Hem

Cook, James, 1728-1779.

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Weston Mackerras (RR1)

103

An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty for making discoveries in t

Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.

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Weston Mackerras (RR1)

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An introduction to New Zealand painting 1839-1967 /

Brown, Gordon H., 1931-

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The whale’s wake /

Morton, Harry.

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The legacy of guilt : a life of Thomas Kendall /

Binney, Judith.

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An outsider looks back : reflections on experience /

Wilson, Ormond, 1907-1988.

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[First lesson-book in Maori, pr. by the mission press in New Zealand].

Wesleyan Methodist missionary society. pre20

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Paradise reforged : a history of the New Zealanders from the 1880s to the year 2000 /

Belich, James, 1956-

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The people and the land : Te tangata me te whenua : an illustrated history of New Zealand, 1820-1920

Binney, Judith.

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Architecture, 1820-1970 /

Stacpoole, John, author.

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The work of revision /

Sullivan, Hannah, 1979- author.

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113

Distance looks our way : the effects of remoteness on New Zealand.

Sinclair, Keith, 1922-1993.

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114

Arts in New Zealand.

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115

Fretful sleepers and other essays /

Pearson, Bill, 1922-2002.

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116

Liberal nationalism /

Tamir, Yael, 1954-

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Nations and nationalism since 1780 : programme, myth, reality /

Hobsbawm, E. J. (Eric J.), 1917-2012.

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The location of culture : critical theory and the postcolonial perspective /

Bhabha, Homi K., 1949-

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Weston David (RR3)

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Te ao hou : the new world.

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Arts in New Zealand.

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Our colonies.

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Weston Mackerras (RR1)

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The Auckland Islands : their eventful history /

McLaren, Fergus Blair, 1914-1941.

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Weston David (RR3)

123

Ned Kelly : 27 paintings by Sidney Nolan /

Melville, Robert, 1905-1986.

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Sackler Library Desk

124

An account of several late voyages and discoveries: I. Sir John Narbrough’s voyage to the South-sea

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Weston David (RR3)

125

A disquisition on the right of jurisdiction in peerage successions, particularly the peerage of Scot

Lockhart, Ephraim. pre20

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Weston David (RR3)

126

An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His Present Majesty. : For making discoveries i

Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.

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Weston David (RR3)

127

Sidney Nolan /

Rosenthal, T. G.

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128

Journal of a ten months’ residence in New Zealand /

Cruise, Richard A. (Richard Alexander)

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129

Narrative of a residence in various parts of New Zealand : together with a description of the presen

Heaphy, Charles, 1820-1881.

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130

A narrative of a nine months’ residence in New Zealand in 1827 : together with a journal of a reside

Earle, Augustus.

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131

The letters and journals of Samuel Marsden, 1765-1838 : senior chaplain in the colony of New South W

Marsden, Samuel, 1765-1838.

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A history of New Zealand /

Sinclair, Keith, 1922-1993.

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133

Te Wiremu : a biography of H. Williams.

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The emigrants; early travellers to the antipodes

Bolitho, Hector, 1897-1974

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Making peoples : a history of the New Zealanders : from Polynesian settlement to the end of the nine

Belich, James, 1956- .

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The intellectual life of Edmund Burke : from the sublime and beautiful to American independence /

Bromwich, David, 1951- author.

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Undoing the demos : neoliberalism’s stealth revolution /

Brown, Wendy, 1955- author.

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The politics of aesthetics : the distribution of the sensible /

Rancière, Jacques.

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139

A world elsewhere : a critical and biographical study of the European influence on the life and work

Quigley, Sarah.

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Weston David (RR3)

140

The Art of the Pacific Islands /

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141

Pacific encounters : art & divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860 /

Hooper, Steven, 1950-.

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142

Te Maori : Maori art from New Zealand collections /

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Art in Oceania : a new history /

Brunt, Peter William, 1955- author.

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Italy in the age of the Renaissance : 1300-1550/

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Sir Thomas More’s Utopia /

More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535.

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146

Meetings with remarkable manuscripts /

Hamel, Christopher de, author.

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Merchants of culture : the publishing business in the twenty-first century /

Thompson, John B. (John Brookshire)

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148

A world elsewhere : a critical and biographical study of the European influence on the life and work

Quigley, Sarah.

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Weston David (RR3)

149

Introduction to Typography /

Simon, Oliver, 1895-1956.

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An essay on typography /

Gill, Eric, 1882-1940.

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The New Zealand gazette.

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152

An account of New Zealand : and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society’s mis

Yate, William.

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Ko te Pukapuka o nga Inoinga o te Hahi o Ingarani me nga himene Weteriana : [Prayers of the Church o

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Letters to the rev. W. Yate /

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155

The authentic and genuine history of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand, February 5

Colenso, W. (William), 1811-1899.

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Selections from Typo : a New Zealand typographical journal, 1887-1897 /

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The influence of D.F. McKenzie /

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158

The life & achievements of Emeritus Professor Don McKenzie, 1931-1999 : the Cathedral of Old St. Pau

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A history of printing in New Zealand, 1830-1940 /

McKay, R. A. (Richard Alexander), 1906-

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Oral culture, literacy & print in early New Zealand : the Treaty of Waitangi /

McKenzie, D. F. (Donald Francis)

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The lure of New Zealand book collecting /

Andersen, Johannes C. (Johannes Carl), 1873-1962.

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162

Printing, bookselling & their allied trades in New Zealand circa 1900 : extracts from the Cyclopaedi

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163

The Adelphi.

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164

The Adelphi.

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Bod Upper Self-Collect

165

The criterion : a quarterly review.

Criterion (London, England : 1922)

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Bod Upper Self-Collect

166

Letters and art in New Zealand /

McCormick, E. H. (Eric Hall), 1906-1995.

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Bod Upper Self-Collect

167

Book & print in New Zealand : a guide to print culture in Aotearoa /

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168

Voyaging worlds /

Salmond, Anne.

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169

A book in the hand : essays on the history of the book in New Zealand /

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170

Making peoples : a history of the New Zealanders : from Polynesian settlement to the end of the nine

Belich, James, 1956- .

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The past is the present; it’s the future too : the temporal turn in contemporary art /

Ross, Christine, 1958- author.

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172

Hard frost : structures of feeling in New Zealand literature, 1908-1945 /

Newton, John, 1959- author.

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173

Spatialities : the geographies of art and architecture /

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174

The Penguin history of New Zealand literature /

Evans, Patrick, 1944-

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175

The exiles of Marcel Duchamp /

Demos, T. J.

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British nuclear weapons and the test ban 1954-1973 : Britain, the United States, weapons policies an

Walker, John R., 1960-

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177

Captain Cook and the Pacific : art, exploration & empire /

McAleer, John, author.

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178

Twelve months in Wellington, Port Nicholson; or, Notes for the public and the New Zealand company.

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Ko nga katikihama ewa, ka oti nei te wakamaori ki te reo o nu tireni.

Katikihama. pre20

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The Art of the Pacific Islands /

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181

New Grub Street /

Gissing, George, 1857-1903.

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Tiepolo pink /

Calasso, Roberto.

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Printers’ marks : a chapter in the history of typography /

Roberts, W. (William), 1862-1940.

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Image of the people : Gustave Courbet and the 1848 revolution /

Clark, T. J. (Timothy J.)

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Four centuries of fine printing : two hundred and seventy-two examples of the work of presses establ

Morison, Stanley, 1889-1967.

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An introduction to book history /

Finkelstein, David, 1964-

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La stampa in Venezia dalla sua origine alla morte di Aldo Manuzio seniore. /

Castellani, Carlo, 1822-1897.

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Horizon : a review of literature and art.

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189

Making peoples : a history of the New Zealanders : from Polynesian settlement to the end of the nine

Belich, James, 1956- .

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190

New Zealand letters of Thomas Arnold the younger with further letters from Van Diemen’s Land and let

Arnold, Thomas, 1823-1900.

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Weston Mackerras (RR1)

191

Collected poems, 1933-1973 /

Curnow, Allen, 1911-2001.

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Look back harder : critical writings 1935-1984 /

Curnow, Allen, 1911-2001.

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The cultural cold war : the CIA and the world of arts and letters /

Saunders, Frances Stonor.

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194

Collected poems /

Baxter, James K.

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195

Donald Judd : catalogue raisonné of painting, objects, and wood-blocks 1960-1974 = : Donald Judd :

Judd, Donald, 1928-1994.

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196

Erewhon /

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902, author.

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197

Man alone.

Mulgan, John, 1911-1945.

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198

Abstract expressionism : the triumph of American painting.

Sandler, Irving, 1925-2018.

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199

Journal of Katherine Mansfield /

Mansfield, Katherine, 1888-1923.

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Charles Brasch : journals, 1939-1945 /

Brasch, Charles, author.

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201

Paradise reforged : a history of the New Zealanders from the 1880s to the year 2000 /

Belich, James, 1956-

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Passages in a wandering life.

Arnold, Thomas 1823-1900. pre20

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203

The dynamics of cultural nationalism : the Gaelic revival and the creation of the Irish nation state

Hutchinson, John, 1949-

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Bod Radcliffe Camera (Lower)

204

Fretful sleepers and other essays /

Pearson, Bill, 1922-2002.

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205

An introduction to New Zealand painting 1839-1967 /

Brown, Gordon H., 1931-

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206

The deepening stream : cultural influences in New Zealand /

Holcroft, M. H. (Montague Harry), 1902-1993

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Picking up the traces : the making of a New Zealand literary culture, 1932-1945 /

Jones, Lawrence.

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Donald Judd /

Raskin, David, 1968-

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209

The emigrants; early travellers to the antipodes

Bolitho, Hector, 1897-1974

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210

Some recent American art /

Licht, Jennifer.

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211

Pacific encounters : art & divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860 /

Hooper, Steven, 1950-.

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Art history in the wake of the global turn /

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213

Globalization and contemporary art /

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214

The global work of art : world’s fairs, biennials, and the aesthetics of experience /

Jones, Caroline A., author.

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215

Te Maori : Maori art from New Zealand collections /

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Sackler Library Desk

216

Art in Oceania : a new history /

Brunt, Peter William, 1955- author.

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217

Oceania : art of the Pacific Islands in the Metropolitan Museum of Art /

Kjellgren, Eric.

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218

Oceania and Australia : the art of the South Seas /

Bühler, Alfred, 1900-1981

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219

Repositioning Pacific arts : artists, objects, histories : proceedings of the VII International Symp

Pacific Arts Association (1974- ). International Symposium (7th : 2003 : Christchurch, N.Z.)

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220

Charles Brasch : journals, 1945-1957 /

Brasch, Charles, author.

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221

Renderings; critical essays on a century of modern art

Kozloff, Max.

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222

A world elsewhere : a critical and biographical study of the European influence on the life and work

Quigley, Sarah.

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Weston David (RR3)

223

Farewell to an idea : episodes from a history of modernism /

Clark, T. J. (Timothy J.)

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224

The value of the humanities /

Small, Helen, author.

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225

A new history of the humanities : the search for principles and patterns from Antiquity to the prese

Bod, Rens, 1965- author.

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226

Bring out your dead : the past as revelation /

Grafton, Anthony.

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Academic charisma and the origins of the research university /

Clark, William, 1953-

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Angry penguins and realist painting in Melbourne in the 1940’s : Hayward Gallery, London 19 May to 1

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Education of vision /

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The universal dance : a selection from the critical prose writings of Charles Brasch /

Brasch, Charles.

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231

Present company : reflections on the arts /

Brasch, Charles.

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232

Ambulando : poems /

Brasch, Charles.

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Charles Brasch /

Bertram, James M.

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Nothing if not critical : selected essays on art and artists /

Hughes, Robert, 1938-2012.

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Enduring legacy : Charles Brasch, patron, poet & collector /

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Indirections : a memoir, 1909-1947 /

Brasch, Charles, 1909-1973.

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Not for profit : why democracy needs the humanities /

Nussbaum, Martha Craven, 1947-

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Victoria University College : an essay towards a history.

Beaglehole, J. C. (John Cawte)

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Tapa : de l’écorce à l’étoffe, art millénaire d’Océanie : de l’Asie du Sud-Est à la Polynésie

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The Art of the Pacific Islands /

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Chinati : the vision of Donald Judd /

Stockebrand, Marianne.

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The Art of the Pacific Islands /

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First with the sun /

Mulgan, Alan, 1881-1962

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Oil paintings /

Hodges, William, 1744-1797.

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Art/artifact : African art in anthropology collections /

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Te Maori : Maori art from New Zealand collections /

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The vocation of the scholar, tr. by W. Smith.

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. pre20

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Weston Mackerras (RR1)

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Real presences : is there anything in what we say? /

Steiner, George, 1929-

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Plato and Platonism, lectures.

Pater, Walter Horatio. pre20

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The popular works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte, tr., with a memoir of the author by W. Smith.

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. pre20

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Brian O’Doherty : collected essays /

O’Doherty, Brian, author.

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Helmut Federle : American songline /

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Chardin /

Chardin, Jean Baptiste Siméon, 1699-1779.

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Giorgio Morandi /

De Salvo, Donna M.

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Morandi, 1890-1964 /

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Giorgio Morandi – late paintings /

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John McLaughlin paintings : total abstraction /

McLaughlin, John, 1898-1976, artist.

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The art of Australia

Hughes, Robert, 1938-2012.

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Encircling seas : an essay /

Holcroft, M. H. (Montague Harry), 1902-1993

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The deepening stream : cultural influences in New Zealand /

Holcroft, M. H. (Montague Harry), 1902-1993

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