The word permanent…had its own kind of revenge on those who misused it, for the Bible said that nothing was permanent and everything came and went.
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|Birth:||28th August, 1924|
|Death:||29th January, 2004|
|Profession:||Author, Novelist, Poet, Writer|
Janet Frame was born in Dunedin, New Zealand. She was a New Zealander author, novelist, poet and short story writer. She studied at the University of Otago. In 1943, she began training as a teacher at the Dunedin College of Education. She wrote several novels include: Owls Do Cry, Faces in the Water, Scented Gardens for the Blind, The Adaptable Man, A State of Siege, Intensive Care, Daughter Buffalo, Living in the Maniototo, The Carpathians, Towards Another Summer, and In the Memorial Room. She wrote several short stories include: Lagoon and Other Stories, The Reservoir, and You Are Now Entering the Human Heart. She wrote several poems include: The Pocket Mirror and The Goose Bath. She authored three volumes of autobiography, including To the Is-land, An Angel at my Table and The Envoy from Mirror City.
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