|Title:||Dove on the Water|
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|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (February 19, 1998)|
In my opinion Maurice Shadbolt is one of the finest fiction writers we have in New Zealand and I am now on a crusade to read (and re-read) his works.
by Shadbolt, Maurice. Publication date 1998. Publisher London : Bloomsbury. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AltheaB on September 9, 2011.
Maurice Francis Richard Shadbolt CBE was a New Zealand writer and playwright. His most famous book is probably Season of the Jew (1987), which recounts the story of Te Kooti. Shadbolt suffered from what was thought to be Alzheimer's disease, which during his autopsy was revealed to be Lewy body dementia.
Maurice Francis Richard Shadbolt CBE (4 June 1932 – 10 October 2004) was a New Zealand writer and occasional playwright. Shadbolt was born in Auckland, and was the eldest of three children. He had a younger brother and sister, Peter and Julia. Shadbolt was educated at Te Kuiti High School, Avondale College and Auckland University College. In total, Shadbolt wrote 11 novels, four collections of short stories, two autobiographies, a war history, and a volume of journalism, as well as plays.
What does the decorous lawyer Walter Dove, inventively sailing the globe solo, have in common with the lonely spinster Rose Lightfoot, busy with her paintbrush beside the canals of Venice? And what has either to do with the outback Boer War veteran Jim Bird? The answer is love of a luminous kind. A gentleman lawyer in turn of the 19/20th century Auckland takes off on a solo circumnavigation of the world; a spinster painter.
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Maurice Francis Richard Shadbolt (4 June 1932-10 October 2004) was a New Zealand writer. His works include: Once on Chunuk Bair (play). Shadbolt suffered from Alzheimer's disease from April 1997 onwards. He was survived by five children. A cousin, Tim Shadbolt, is Mayor of Invercargill.
This could be important as Shadbolt may be exploring the dynamic that exists for many women when it comes to their relationship with their husbands. There is an uneasy shift in power to the male. With the most important thing for the narrator’s father being the fact that he is the one who is seen to control his own environment. Despite any gender imbalance that might exist the narrator’s mother is still happy to live and work on the farm. She believes her place is beside her husband regardless of the fact that he may not necessarily treat her as she should be treated. It is also interesting that Jim never sees any sense of imbalance between his parents.
Shadbolt, Maurice (DE-576)164635734. Publication, Distribution, et. London Download DOC book format.
Dove on the Waters (novellas, 1996). From the Edge of the Sky: A Memoir (1999). "Shadbolt, Maurice". New Zealand Book Council. Retrieved 10 October 2011.