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Nor the Years Condemn

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Author Robin Hyde
Isbn 9780908569830
File size 469 kb
Year 1995
Pages 292
Language English
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'They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.' The line from the Anzac verse provides the title for this novel, in which Robin Hyde shows the predicament of returned servicemen and women after the First World War. Through the story of Douglas Stark, we see the many ways in which New Zealand was failing their expectations. It was not the 'land fit for heroes' they had fought for, but a changing society moving through the tough times of the twenties and thirties.

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Genre Authors, New Zealand
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Genre Literary Criticism
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