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Sargeson

Frank. 1903--82, New Zealand short-story writer and novelist. His work includes the short-story collection That Summer and Other Stories (1946) and the novel I Saw in my Dream (1949)
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Although the gaokao is sat on the same days nationally, and the examination content is relatively comparable between provinces (Jacka, Kipnis & Sargeson, (2013), equality of opportunity is limited by provincial government control over the exam and admissions.
Jodie and Michael Sargeson bought Playtime Oswaldtwistle on John Street in March of this year
45789221 |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".
AS most readers will know, New Zealand has a century-old and honored tradition of the short story, reaching from Katharine Mansfield's wonderful character studies, through the social realism of writers like Frank Sargeson, and on to the disturbing but nonetheless deeply moving short fictions of Janet Frame.
CLITHEROE: Hanford, Koslowski (Scott), Kavanagh, McKee, Flannery, Reynolds, Hankin, Fisher, Johnson, Morrison (Clarkson), Sharples (Sargeson).
JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA v.16, no.50, February 2007: Special section: "Colloquium on Women and Policy and Institutional Change in Rural China: Part II": "focuses on policies and institutions affecting geographies of gendered power in China." Colloquium editor: Sally Sargeson. ISSN: 1067-0564.
That has meant that the writers we would expect to be there are indeed there: Joyce, Kipling, Mansfield and so on, but also his rationale enables him to venture into less well travelled roads in literature such as The Yellow Book and what he has called the 'minor' works represented by Frank Sargeson and others.
As Mikey Sargeson said: "She's alright but I reckon it's just a publicity stunt.
"SHE'S alright, but it's just a publicity stunt," grunted the 15-year-old Sargeson sibling - as perceptive as he was porky, as cynical as he was swollen.
(15) Frame was aware of Hyde's work and had read some of her poetry early in her writing career before she moved into Frank Sargeson's garden shed.
Yet Wolfskehl, despite a rootless and wandering existence in exile, did manage to identify to some degree with the Anglo-Saxon culture of his adopted land and to be a formative influence on the younger generation of writers (Mason, Fairburn, Sargeson).
CLITHEROE (4-4-2): Horridge' Underwood, Anderson, Matthews, Roberts' Nay (Sargeson, 76)' Avery (Daniels, 64), Jones, Garner (Johnson, 67)' Dean, Exton.