Janet Frame

Janet Frame

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Frame-JanetJANET FRAME is New Zealand’s most decorated writer. Born in Dunedin in 1924, she published twenty-one books in her lifetime and several posthumously. Her autobiographical work An Angel at My Table was made into a television series by Jane Campion in 1990. Frame died in 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

She is the author of:

Towards Another Summer: A Novel
Prizes: The Selected Stories of Janet Frame
In the Memorial Room: A Novel
Between My Father and the King: New and Uncollected Stories
Jay to Bee: Janet Frame’s Letters to William Theophilus Brown

An Angel at My Table: The Complete Autobiography