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The Bone People by Keri Hulme ISBN 13: 9780807130728

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Hardcover; Louisiana State University Press; ISBN-13: 978-0807130728

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The Bone People: A Novel
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The Bone People: A Novel

by Hulme, Keri; Hulme, Keri [Preface]

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The Bone People: A Novel
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The Bone People

by Hulme, Keri

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Hulme, Keri: The Bone People. Louisiana State University Press, A tale of New Zealand. Stated United States First Edition, 1985. ISBN 0807112844. 450 pages, indexed. WINNER OF THE PEGASUS PRIZE FOR LITERATURE AND THE BOOKER PRIZE. Used. Very Good/Very Good unclipped original $17.95 dust jacket. Summary: "The Bone People, first published in 1984 by Spiral, New Zealand. This Second edition was published 1985 by Spiral/Hodder & Stoughton, New Zealand. The Bone People is an unusual story of love. It is unusual in the telling, the subject matter, and the form of love that the story depicts. This is in no way a romance; it is filled with violence, fear, and twisted emotions. At the story's core, however, are three people who struggle very hard to figure out what love is and how to find it. Hulme won New Zealand's Pegasus Prize for Literature (1984) for The Bone People. Then the book went on to win the prestigious Booker Prize (1985), a coveted literary award. attempts to answer questions about how one… Read More
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