Phone Home Berlin: Collected Non-Fiction

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Phone Home Berlin: Collected Non-Fiction

Nigel Cox

Publisher:Victoria University Press

When Nigel Cox died in late July 2006, shortly before the publication of his sixth and last novel, The Cowboy Dog, he had made plans for a collection of his non-fiction, drawing up a draft contents list and writing an Afterword: 'What I Would Have Written'. This book contains pieces published over 20 years, from 'Boys on Islands', on his childhood influences, to 'Before I Went Blind', the Going West keynote address giving his impressions of New Zealand on his return from five years in Berlin. Previously unpublished material will fill out the story of the Berlin years, and of the planning and opening of the Jewish Museum.

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