For this reason, huge numbers of rural parents have left children behind in hometowns, as they seek employment elsewhere (Kaifeng, 2014; Jacka, Kipnis & Sargeson
The programme included three poems from Hopkins ('Felix Randal', 'Pied Beauty' and 'May Magnificat'), two poems from The Penguin Book of Chinese Verse, poems by Peter Hooper and John Caselberg, further pieces by the Cantabrian poet and Bloomsbury Group hanger-on, D'Arcy Cresswell, Frank Sargeson
Jodie and Michael Sargeson
bought Playtime Oswaldtwistle, on John Street, in March and are in the process of overhauling the centre.
Launchpad veterans |Shaun Bellerby, Jonathan Glosper, David Hall - holding Janice Downes - and Patrick Sargeson
Little chose "Sleepless in Seattle." On favourite writers, three chose Kiwi authors Murakami, Frank Sargeson
, Witi Ihimaera.
|Enjoying the fun of Denby Dale Carnival was "farmer's wife" Jemma Sargeson
with some of the young "chicks" from Gilthwaites First School |and a couple of helping "farmhands".
The final two sections in the chapter treat Robin Hyde's Passport to Hell (1936), a "factional" portrait of an "unbroken spirit" (100-101) who survives both WWI and internment in civil and military prisons; and Frank Sargeson
's Memoirs of a Peon (1965) in which the older narrator recalls his earlier life and, in so doing, reveals his isolation: "It is as if his only close relationship is with his younger self' (120).
The canon-like aspect of this collection is affirmed over and over again by including such classic items as "Along Rideout Road That Summer" by Maurice Duggan, "The Hole that Jack Dug" by Frank Sargeson
, "At the Bay" by Katherine Mansfield, to name but a few.
Lee, Robin Hyde, Frank Sargeson
, Janet Frame, Fiona Kidman, Noel Hilliard, Patricia Grace, Witi Ihimacera, Keri Hulme, and Alan Duff.
Clitheroe completed their great turnaround just before the end when Craig Sargeson