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The bone people

Kerewin Holmes, an exuberant New Zealand part-Maori painter, lives in her Tower by the Sea until she is beguiled by a strange child Simon and by his father Joe, a Maori. They feast and drink together, wound each other and experience a kind of dying and eventual healing.

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  • "Kerewin Holmes, an exuberant New Zealand part-Maori painter, lives in her Tower by the Sea until she is beguiled by a strange child Simon and by his father Joe, a Maori. They feast and drink together, wound each other and experience a kind of dying and eventual healing."@en
  • "Kerewin Holmes, a New Zealand part-Maori painter, lives by the sea until she is beguiled by a child, Simon, and by his father, Joe, a Maori. They feast and drink together, wound each other, and experience a kind of dying and eventual healing."@en
  • "Set on the harsh South Island beaches of New Zealand, bound in Maori myth and entwined with Christian symbols, the novel summons power with words, focusing on three people: one Maori, one European and one of mixed blood who are locked together in animosity and love."@en
  • "Set on the harsh South Island beaches of New Zealand, bound in Maori myth and entwined with Christian symbols, the novel summons power with words, focusing on three people: one Maori, one European and one of mixed blood who are locked together in animosity and love."

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  • "Fiction"

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  • "The bone people"
  • "The bone people"@en
  • "The bone people selections introduced and read by the author"@en
  • "The bone people a novel"
  • "The bone people a novel"@en
  • "The bone people : selections"@en