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The Hole in the Hedge: Landscape and the Fragility of Memory
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Author and film maker, Peter Wells, takes a celebratory look at Frank Sargeson's cottage in Esmonde Road, Takapuna, using more than 200 still photographs to illustrate. Note this is an audio-only talk - the photos were not recorded. Duration 53 minute mp3 file.

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The Hole in the Hedge: Landscape and the Fragility of Memory
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April 12, 2008

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