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Janet Frame (1924–2004)

Author of Faces in the Water

Includes the names: Jane Frame, Janet Frame, Janette Frame

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Janet Frame (1924-2004) está entre os mais importantes escritores da Nova Zelândia. É mais conhecida por Um Anjo à minha mesa (“Uma das melhores autobiografias do século 20”, segundo Michael Holroyd do Sunday Times), que serviu de inspiração para o filme de Jane Campion, internacionalmente aclamado. É também autora de doze romances, dois volumes de poesias e um livro infantil.
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