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Curnow, Allen, 1911-2001 (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Curnow, Allen, 1911-2001
Used for/see from:
  • Whim Wham, 1911-2001
  • Curnow, Thomas Allen Monro, 1911-2001

His Island & time, 1941.

An incorrigible music, c1979: title page (Allen Curnow)

Sunday star times, Sept. 30, 2001: p. C7 (Allen Curnow, poet, b. Timaru, June 17, 1911; d. Auckland, Sept. 23, 2001, aged 90)

Britannica academic edition, via WWW, April 14, 2014 (Allen Curnow, in full Thomas Allen Monro Curnow; major modern poet of New Zealand; taught English at the University of Auckland from 1951 to 1976; wrote several plays and edited two books of poetry)

Te ara, the encyclopedia of New Zealand, via WWW, April 14, 2014: entry for Thomas Allen Monro Curnow (journalist, poet, writer, university professor; started at St. John's College, Auckland in 1931 with a Marsh Scholarship; studied towards a bachelor of arts degree at Auckland University College and completed it at Canterbury in 1938; from 1937, under "Whim Wham, " contributed verse satires to the Christchurch Press and later to the New Zealand Herald)