Browsing by Supervisor "Chidgey, Catherine"

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    Hinton, Liam Gene (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    I was thirteen the first time I took notice of my body. My girlfriend had left me without citing a reason. I had taken a bath, grabbed a towel and caught myself out the corner of my eye. I have not unnoticed since. Not a ...
  • All I remember is forgetting

    Hobson, Guy Marcus (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    All I Remember is Forgetting is a novel about the complex weaving of memory, relationships and works of art. We observe these through the eyes of Roger Phillips, whom we first encounter washed up and living in his car after ...
  • Depression in autobiographical sports writing: A backstage pass into the dark locker room

    Shepherd, Caleb (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Autobiographical sports writing (ASW) enables authors to provide the general public an insight into their world as an elite athlete. Access to the lives of these athletes is otherwise left to sports media and journalism, ...
  • !!!FR33D0M 0FF SP33CH!!!

    Smith, Hugh Lyal (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    My title is “FR33D0M 0FF SP33CH”, a play on the saying “freedom of speech”. I write with the intent of voicing tough subjects that others haven’t or don’t, and often exposing things that I wouldn’t tell or share personally. ...
  • Terra cry : the first birth

    Shirley, Melissa Nicole (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Five hundred years have passed. Earth is dead. Cetera is our new home. The ruling conglomerate G.R.A.Z.I.A. strips another planet of its resource. But Cetera isn’t quite like Earth... Beth will do anything to become ...
  • The ethics of fiction: Representations of New Zealand history in the poetry of Chris Tse and Airini Beautrais, and how an author's sense of self affects the story

    Mead, Olivia Frances (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    The landscape of contemporary literature and film is saturated with interpretations of recorded histories and events. We have passed them down through generations—orally at first, written recordings when we had the ...