Publishing History > Asian and Pacific Writing (University of Queensland Press) - Book Series List

Asian and Pacific Writing
Publisher: University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, QLD.
Country: Australia. Date: 1972-82.


The Struggle of Naga Tribe: A Play (by Rendra) (Asian & Pacific Writing) (UQP) (image)

The Struggle of the Naga Tribe: A Play by W. S. Rendra
University of Queensland Press, 1979 (Asian & Pacific Writing, 11).
Paperback.


ASIAN AND PACIFIC WRITING (UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND PRESS) (UQP) - CHECKLIST
Series Note:
"[Frank Thompson, manager of UQP in the 1970s,] was ahead of his time in understanding that Australia could connect more creatively with Asia and the Pacific... 'I thought it was terribly important for Australians to become more familiar with the cultures of their geographical area', Thompson wrote, hiring Michael Wilding and later Harry Aveling to edit an Asian and Pacific Writing Series."

-- Nicholas Jose, UQP Makes History: A Personal Version, Sydney Review of Books, 2 November 2018



Volume Number / Title / Author, Editor, Translator, etc. / Other Details

1.
Atheis.
by Achdiat K. Mihardja.
1972.

2.
Tropical Gothic.
by Nick Joaquin.
1972.

3.
Black Writing from New Guinea
Edited by Ulli Beier.
1973.

4.
Padma River Boatman.
by Manik Bandopadhyaya. Translated from the Bengali by Barbara Painter and Yann Lovelock.
1973.

5.
Contemporary Indonesian Poetry: Poems in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
Edited and translated by Harry Aveling.
1975.

6.
A Heap of Ashes.
by Pramoedya Ananta Toer. Edited and translated from the Indonesian by Harry Aveling. 1975.

7.
Paths in Dreams: Selected Prose and Poetry of Ho Ch'i-fang.
Edited and translated by Bonnie S. McDougall.
1976.

8.
Dance a White Horse to Sleep.
by Antonio Enriquez.
1977.

9.
Modern Japanese Poetry.
Translated by James Kirkup. Edited and introduced by A. R. Davis.
1978.

10.
The Adventures of Sumiyakist Q.
by Yumiko Kurahashi. Translated by Max Lane.
1979.

11.
The Struggle of the Naga Tribe: A Play.
by
Renda [W. S. Rendra]. Trand and with an introduction by Max Lane.
1979.

12.
The Indo-Fijian Experience.
Edited and introduced by Subramani.
1981.

13.
Voices of Independence: New Black Writing from Papua New Guinea.
Edited by Ulli Beier.
1980.

14.
Seven Sixes Are Forty-Three.
by Kiran Nagarkar. Translated from the Marathi by Shubha Slee.
1980.

15.
Meetings & Farewells: Modern Korean Stories. Edited by Chung Chong-Wha.
1980.

16.
Surveyors of the Liguasan Marsh.
by Antonio Reyes Enriquez.
1981.

17.
Waiting for Surabiel.
by Raja Proctor.
1982.

18.
The Teachers of Mad Dog Swamp.
by Khammaan Khonkhai.
1982.

19.
Tropical Baroque: Four Manileño Theatricals.
by Nick Joaquin.
1982.

20.
The Monsoon Collection.
by Ninotschka Rosca.
c. 1983.





Share this page:


Author: David Paul Wagner
(David Paul Wagner on Google+)








HomeAbout UsContact UsPrivacyTerms of Use
© 2005-19 publishinghistory.com. All Rights Reserved.