• & So It Is
    & So It Is
    ISBN: 9781776560592
    Title: & So It Is

    Hot on the heels of Being Here, his capacious Selected Poems which was chosen by the NZ Listener as one of the poetry highlights of 2015, comes this dazzling collection of 75 new poems.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • 10 X (10 + 10) = 0 : A Ten Year, Ten Book Project 20/02/2002 - 21/02/2012
    10 X (10 + 10) = 0 : A Ten Year, Ten Book Project 20/02/2002 - 21/02/2012
    ISBN: 9780473277574
    Title: 10 X (10 + 10) = 0 : A Ten Year, Ten Book Project 20/02/2002 - 21/02/2012

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $38.00
  • 12 Huia Birds
    12 Huia Birds
    ISBN: 9780947506124
    Title: 12 Huia Birds

    12 beautiful huia birds play and sing in the forest. But is that a canoe arriving? A rat sniffling? A ship on the horizon? One by one, the huia start to disappear ¿ what will remain? A captivating and uplifting celebration of the huia by an exciting new author and illustrator team, 12 Huia Birds includes educational resources, games and an app.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $25.00
  • 12 Netball Poems
    12 Netball Poems
    ISBN: 9780473336677
    Title: 12 Netball Poems
    Author: PIRIE MARK

    12 Netball Poems by Mark Pirie is a collection of poems celebrating the game of netball and its players. Included is a sequence of poems ‘Five Silver Ferns Portraits’ in honour of some of New Zealand’s finest netball players (Maria Tutaia, Laura Langman, Casey Kopua, Sandra Edge and Leilani Read).

    An addenda by Napier poet, former scientist and politician Bill Sutton celebrates Irene van Dyk, a Silver Fern great.

    S A N D R A E D G E

    Sandra Edge, you stole
    my mother away
    with each neat pass
    after dinner.

    I saw her sitting in
    our kitchen watching
    fingers crossed
    as each test
    counted down…

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $16.00
  • 8 Poems 2014
    8 Poems 2014
    ISBN: 9789789789788
    Title: 8 Poems 2014

    Format: Spiral
    Price: $250.00
  • 84-484
    ISBN: 9780864735584
    Title: 84-484

    '84-484 was my grandparents' telephone number in the 1950s. Absent from my head for donkey's years, it made its return last night as I was watching ANTIQUES ROADSHOW ... Yes, ""84-484"" is my title./ Lingering however/ in ghostly pastel glyphs/ is the one I almost chose:/ ""Dubious Truths"".' Geoff Cochrane's new book is a stunning new collection from one of NZ's very best poets

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • 99 Ways into NZ Poetry
    99 Ways into NZ Poetry
    ISBN: 9781869791780
    Title: 99 Ways into NZ Poetry

    This book celebrates the richness and variety of New Zealand poetry by outlining many of the numerous ways to read - and write - poems. It offers 80 key poems that showcase different aspects of the genre, as well as commentary from 25 poets about what inspired them to write specific works. With insightful and wide-reaching chapters from Paula Green and Harry Ricketts on such elements as form, context, features, effects and identity, this is a lively and accessible introduction to New Zealand poetry. Packed with images of poets and poetry collections, it is an invaluable book for any lover of New Zealand writing.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Abandoned Novel
    Abandoned Novel
    ISBN: 9780864735294
    Title: Abandoned Novel
    Author: BEACH DAVID

    Combining ideas, information, and language from a broad range of sources, and transforming them into lines that are both deliberately prosaic and mysteriously musical, this collection of 60 decasyllabic sonnets are both formally rigorous and bracingly antipoetic. From the opening evocation of a high-wire act through highly ironic explorations of ideas of literary immortality, to a ceremony of ""at homeness"" in Bolton Street Cemetery, this book traces a fascinating arc while introducing a striking new voice to poetry.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • After
    ISBN: 9781927242094
    Title: After

    It’s all through her body, oozing into her veins, already in her bones and now seeping out into her organs. The heaviness. The weight. It presses. With a persistence she’s been fighting for a long time now. Every minute seems longer than its sixty seconds because of this pressure. By another name, this would be called grief. She knows that. Loss. Part of the ‘process’.

    After pre-supposes a time that will now always be recognised as before. It acknowledges that something significant has occurred, that this thing — whatever it was — is a pivotal point, a change of direction or understanding.

    After is a response to the time that follows loss, and the fifteen stories explore that period of change. Although Elizabeth Cunnane’s individual experience informs the work, it is also a universal story of loss and love. After walks the journey of grief, but also of creativity, hope, desire and adventure.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • After the Dance
    After the Dance
    ISBN: 9780864735423
    Title: After the Dance
    Author: AMAS MICHELE

    Immersed in sparkling wit, wholehearted truthfulness, and good humor, this spellbinding collection of poems explores a mother s love for her teenage daughter, the joys and complications of family life, the lives ofsuburban grandparents, andthe loving relationships between womenincluding motherhood, sisterhood, and friendship. With frankness and honesty, the poems confront both life and death, allowing a unique poetic voice to emerge."

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Airports & Other Wasted Days Poems
    Airports & Other Wasted Days Poems
    ISBN: 9781877393341
    Title: Airports & Other Wasted Days Poems

    Airports and other wasted days, Kevin Ireland's follow-up collection of poems to 2003's Walking the Land, provides enthuiasts of his work with a real treat. The book contains all the usual hallmarks of his writing - relaxed without for a moment lapsing into flatness; beautifully controlled without a hint of stiffness. It exhibits all the sureness of touch and dry humour readers have come to expect over the years: the wit is sharp, but never cruel. Airports and other wasted days is yet another triumph for one of our most valued poets.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Aloe
    ISBN: 9781869404413
    Title: Aloe
    Author: BRIDGE DIANA

    Divided into four distinct sections, this collection of poetry draws inspiration from the natural world while dissecting the concepts of loss, hesitancy, generation, and repetition. Exploring how everything may be turned into words, this intriguing anthology also demonstrates how those words themselves may enact life. Additional voices and stories are used to convey psychological and physical sufferingutilizing the characters of the Furies, Sylvia Plath, and Medeaas well as the trauma and delight of birth and the curious reappearance of family traits. The final section is inspired by multicultural source material, combining images, stories, and ideas and grafting them onto a western sensibility. Rigorous and perceptive, this compendium features a diverse array of aesthetic touchstones such as an enduring classical poem, a superb Chinese pot, and the sublime architectural and sculptural records of India.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Anatomy
    ISBN: 9780994106988
    Title: Anatomy
    Author: TROWER JAMIE

    Auckland-based poet and actor Jamie Trower suffered a traumatic brain injury from skiing head first into rocks on Mount Ruapehu. Only nine, he spent months in a coma and two years living at the Wilson Centre in Auckland. Anatomy is the story of Jamie's rehabiltation. Whatever was thrown at him he refused to be knocked back. In this raw and astonishing work, Jamie writes of his disability as a struggle, but one that has offered him his own kind of beauty.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Art of Excavation
    Art of Excavation
    ISBN: 9780473290047
    Title: Art of Excavation
    Author: TAMU LEILANI

    In The Art of Excavation, poet Leilani Tamu delves into the complex and multifaceted nature of the region that we know as the Pacific. In poetry that is by turns fierce and political, tender and insightful, contemplative and intimate, Leilani creates a beautiful ‘ie toga (finely woven mat) that weaves together living memory in a way that also acknowledges and places the past at the centre of the narrative.

    Leilani Tamu is a poet, social commentator, Pacific historian and former New Zealand diplomat.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Art of Walking Upright
    Art of Walking Upright
    ISBN: 9781877228209
    Title: Art of Walking Upright

    Glenn Colquhoun grew up "looking over the fence" in the cultural melting pot of South Auckland, New Zealand. After working in a variety of jobs he decided to become a doctor. During his training he took a year off and lived in Te Tii, in a remote part of the Bay of Islands.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Artifacts & Ventifacts
    Artifacts & Ventifacts
    ISBN: 9781927242919
    Title: Artifacts & Ventifacts

    Artefact (n): an object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest.
    Ventifact (n): a stone shaped by the erosive action of wind-blown sand.

    Peter was an engaging, humorous storyteller, particularly of his own life and family from the 1930s onwards — material drawn on extensively by his brother Maurice in his books. This collection reflects Peter’s life and some of his interests, and follows his documentary poem sequence, Voyage Around a River : The Hokianga, published in 2014.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • As the Verb Tenses
    As the Verb Tenses
    ISBN: 9781927322253
    Title: As the Verb Tenses

    This is the work of a reflective and sensitive poetic talent: one run with gleaming wires of joy. In poems that gather together the vivid details of childhood memory, the surreal juxtapositions of life in the contemporary West, the wry observations of a temporary expatriate, the deeply lodged pain of historical and personal loss, Lynley Edmeades speaks to us in delicately spun lines that press out ironies, dissonances and profound formative experience. From playful, rhythmical poems about the art of dinner conversation, to warm glimpses of intimacy, she lays poetrys table with the knife of light satire, the bright salt of wit, the heady wine of love, the bread of knowledge. This quietly poised, confident first collection has a musical, emotional and thematic range of a substantial new talent.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Aspiring Light: Tititea Ma
    Aspiring Light: Tititea Ma
    ISBN: 9780473314125
    Title: Aspiring Light: Tititea Ma

    Aspiring Light is an emporium of all the Robyanne Milford holds dear in her love affair with Central Otago. She sings songs to the mountains and the rivers. She opens up multiple histories. She calls on composers and artists and poets to join her in what is a very personal journey into a unique part of our country. A place of myth and mystery, where suffering has scoured many a soul, but where dreams may still come true.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • At the White Coast
    At the White Coast
    ISBN: 9781869407285
    Title: At the White Coast

    Making landfall among the inhabitants of a gritty metropolis, these poems transport the reader from the white coast of New Zealand, the Land of the Long White Cloud, to the shores of another country and another time. Set on the cusp of the 1970s and 1980s, Janet Charmans compelling poetry collection centers on the disorienting experiences of a young woman from the former British colony of New Zealand who has newly arrived in Londonsqualid flats, temp work, ancestral visits, and trips to the continent. With an eye for unsettling social cues, her outsiders vision of the city is persistently challenged by encounters with an array of its remarkable inhabitants: distant relatives, welfare clients and their social workers, and fellow travelers. In gritty lyric and biting word play, this account of the overseas experience reveals a passage hedged with earnest expectation and ripe with the black comedy of disillusion.
    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $25.00

  • Aue Rona
    Aue Rona
    ISBN: 9781877577857
    Title: Aue Rona

    A compelling first collection, re-imagining the Maori Rona legend.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • AUP Anthology of NZ Literature
    AUP Anthology of NZ Literature
    ISBN: 9781869405892
    Title: AUP Anthology of NZ Literature

    ‘What, after all, is the truth of a place that has only just been worked into language?’

    From Polynesian Mythology to the Yates’ Garden Guide, from Allen Curnow to Alice Tawhai, from Jessie Mackay to Alison Wong, from Julius Vogel to Albert Wendt, from the letters of Wiremu Te Rangikaheke to the notebooks of Katherine Mansfield – Maori, Pakeha, Pasifika, and Asian New Zealanders have struggled for two and a half centuries to work the English language into some sort of truth about this place. The Auckland University Press Anthology of New Zealand Literature brings together for the first time in one volume this country’s major writing, from the earliest records of exploration and encounter to the globalised, multicultural present.

    Editors Jane Stafford and Mark Williams range across novels and stories, poems and plays, letters and diaries, comics and songs to collect the defining stuff of our literary heritage. The contents will delight and provoke: Erewhon and The Heart of the Bush; Man Alone and ‘No Ordinary Sun’; The God Boy and Hicksville; ‘The Gumboot Song’ and The Vintner’s Luck. Through an imaginative selection and illuminating introductions, Stafford and Williams provide new paths into our writing and our country. For students and readers, at home and overseas, the Anthology of New Zealand Literature will be the indispensable introduction for years to come to what’s worth reading and why.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $75.00
  • Aup New Poets 2
    Aup New Poets 2
    ISBN: 9781869402808
    Title: Aup New Poets 2

    This is the second volume in AUPs occasional series presenting new poets to the growing poetry-reading audience. While the three poets presented in AUP New Poets 2 have distinctive voices of their own, each explores childhood memories and families past and present in ways that will strike a chord in many readers.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $21.95
  • Aup New Poets 4
    Aup New Poets 4
    ISBN: 9781869404741
    Title: Aup New Poets 4

    The latest in the series, this fourth volume showcases poetry from three very disparate voices: Harry Jones, Erin Scudder, and Chris Tse. Harry Jones's flair for lyric is palpable in his accomplished and elegant poetry. Erin Scudder writes sophisticated, dark, and flavorful pieces that focus on the sound and shape of words. Personal and universal at the same time, her work is specific yet interested in archetypes and tropes. Chris Tse draws from his family history and Chinese heritage to produce fascinating narrative poems. Tse's great grandparents' emigration to New Zealand and his own childhood experiences became sources of inspiration for the third poet in this compilation.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Autobiography of a Marguerite
    Autobiography of a Marguerite
    ISBN: 9780473284121
    Title: Autobiography of a Marguerite

    Autobiography of a Marguerite is an innovative autobiography about illness, family dysfunction, and identity, and how they can shape one another. The narrator struggles with the effects of her auto-immune illness, and struggles to separate herself from her troubled mother. The narrative that emerges from the connected prose poems is both revealing and mysterious. Fragmentation, non-linearity and the use of footnotes reflect the disruptive nature of illness and the nature of recalling memories and family patterns.

    Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications. These include Hue & Cry, Sport and Landfall, and her poems have been selected for Best New Zealand Poems in 2011 and 2012. She has a Masters in Creative Writing from the International Institute of Modern letters, where was awarded the Biggs Poetry Prize for her manuscript, the first rendition of Autobiography of a Marguerite.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Axis Poems & Drawings
    Axis Poems & Drawings
    ISBN: 9781877276064
    Title: Axis Poems & Drawings

    Axis is a selection of Cilla McQueen's poems from the past twenty years, drawn from five volumes of her published work: Homing In , Anti Gravity , Wild Sweets , Benzina , and Crik'ey . The poems are interspersed with her drawings and Cilla's musical scores are also included.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
  • Back With The Human Condition
    Back With The Human Condition
    ISBN: 9781776560844
    Title: Back With The Human Condition
    Author: ASCROFT NICK

    Love. Work. Death. Complaints.
    It’s the human condition. Whether you wrestle with it, bear it aloft, taste a little schmeck of it on your tongue or pass it along to some
    other unfortunate, you can’t hope to fathom where you came upon it or whether there’s a returns policy.
    Some say poetry is pulled unknowingly out of us, like birdsong. These people are annoying, seeing mystery for mystery’s sake.
    Criticism is pulled unknowingly out of us like birdsong. Small talk is. Sleeptalk is. The first attempt at a phone message is. Poetry
    takes graft, craft and chisel-work. Especially limericks.
    ‘From its brilliant, sorrowful subversions to its irreverent, exuberant nonsense, the voice here is gorgeously idiosyncratic. A cavorting,
    satirical imagination hits levels of comedic joy that stand out from any crowd.’ —Emma Neale
    ‘Such brio, such zip!’ —Steve Braunias

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Bad Dog Flash
    Bad Dog Flash
    ISBN: 9781492601531
    Title: Bad Dog Flash
    Author: PAUL RUTH

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $33.00
  • Baker's Thumbprint
    Baker's Thumbprint
    ISBN: 9780473236311
    Title: Baker's Thumbprint
    Author: GREEN PAULA

    I think I have the moment in me
    that I want to last like the instant the light
    catches the hills to make them sharp.
    (from 'Sunday Afternoon')

    Philosophers, scientists and artists such as Socrates, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Einstein and Jane Austen pop in for lunch, stay for the afternoon, dance at outdoor concerts and generally inhabit the every-day in these playful and thought-provoking poems by much-admired poet Paula Green.

    The cover features a new painting by artist Michael Hight.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Beauties of the Octagonal Pool
    Beauties of the Octagonal Pool
    ISBN: 9781869405793
    Title: Beauties of the Octagonal Pool

    In an eight-armed embrace, BEAUTIES OF THE OCTAGONAL POOL collects poems written from and out of a variety of times, locations and experiences, from the water-frontages of Fiji, Fiordland and the Mediterranean to the built history of Moscow and Berlin. Gregory O'Brien's poems here - his first collection for seven years - have a thoughtful musicality, a shambling romance, a sense of humour, an eye on the horizon. And in the background, a soft directional chant of possibility: north, northwest, south, southeast, west, southwest, east, northeast. On Raoul Island there is a mechanical rat; in Moscow we encounter a black negligee and an ice-cream vendor; in Sault, a mayor and the Mistral; on Waiheke, the horses of memory thunder down the course; and in Doubtful Sound, the first guitar music heard in New Zealand spills over the waves. A gazing ball, an infinity pool, an endless sea, an organic compass, a contrapuntal spring, a glorious parrot, a bounded harbour - the octagonal pool might reflect where we've been to, or where we are going. This is a good place to be marooned.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
  • Beauty of the Badlands
    Beauty of the Badlands
    ISBN: 9780864735836
    Title: Beauty of the Badlands
    Author: FELL CLIFF

    In part a homage to Bob Dylan, the classic American road trip is ironically paralleled to a visit to the underworld in this reverent and curious poetic journey across the United States. From the marginal clays and farms of the poet's hometown to the mountains and deserts of the American southwest, this wistful and wise collection offers poems that are fiercely honest and contain a wide variety of images, from science to religion to American life since 9/11.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Beauty Sleep
    Beauty Sleep
    ISBN: 9780864735119
    Title: Beauty Sleep
    Author: CAMP KATE

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Bee Lovers Poetry Companion
    Bee Lovers Poetry Companion
    ISBN: 9781869421212
    Title: Bee Lovers Poetry Companion

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $10.00
  • Being Here: Selected Poems by Vincent O'Sullivan
    Being Here: Selected Poems by Vincent O'Sullivan
    ISBN: 9780864739315
    Title: Being Here: Selected Poems by Vincent O'Sullivan

    BEING HERE is the first book to survey the entire span of Vincent O’Sullivan’s poetry, from Bearings (1973) to new poems first published in this volume. On display is the full range of the wit, intellectual agility and arresting beauty of one of New Zealand literature’s finest poets.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $40.00
  • Bellfounder
    ISBN: 9780988719255
    Title: Bellfounder

    Poetry. Reverent, reverberant, THE BELLFOUNDER is both augury and echo, uniting the medieval and the modern in a theological soundscape shaped by Dante's Divine Comedy, the films of Tarkovsky, and the music of Arvo Part. These poems, lyric intercessions to an absconded God, herald a remarkable new voice in American poetry."

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Bells of St Babels
    Bells of St Babels
    ISBN: 9781869402426
    Title: Bells of St Babels
    Author: CURNOW ALLEN

    These 11 poems, written between 1997 and 2000 show Allen Curnow's ear for the vernacular and his sense of the absurdity of modish attitudes. Alongside a poem for poet Peter Porter's 70th birthday are poems of small dramas, some painful and ugly, observed unflinchingly.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Bengal Engines Mango Afterglow
    Bengal Engines Mango Afterglow
    ISBN: 9780864737618
    Title: Bengal Engines Mango Afterglow

    Basho alone and walking some high path. / Basho alone and climbing the concrete steps to heaven, / a flask of gin in his satchel. / A flask of gin and a spring roll gone cold. The great Japanese poet Basho is just one of the shades that haunt the vividly precise yet deeply mysterious poems in Geoff Cochrane's new collection. Geoff Cochrane is the author of numerous highly regarded collections of poems, two novels and two collections of short stories. In 2009 he was awarded the Janet Frame Prize for Poetry. 'One exits so many slim volumes with slim pickings. Then there are those books of poetry that seem fuller than fiction. Geoff Cochrane's is a whole world, rendered in lines at once compressed and open, mysterious and approachable. These are poems of great formal poise and terrific candour.' - Damien Wilkins on Vanilla Wine. 'It becomes apparent that Cochrane is not merely a frugal poet, thriftily recycling anecdotal skerricks and wisps of philosophical thoughts and self-destructive deeds into highly crafted and sophisticated works of art, but also a darkly humorous memorialist: a keeper of the keys for marginal Wellington.' - David Eggleton on 84-484.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Beside Herself
    Beside Herself
    ISBN: 9781869408466
    Title: Beside Herself
    Author: PRICE CHRIS

    'All of my best lines are accidents', Chris Price writes in this book, and proceeds to prove that she has the knack of putting herself in harm's way and the skill to build from there. Beside Herself plays with character, and with language, and with the way the one works on the other. Pronouns and personae shift and dance in this book in the same way that meanings do - 'After the expected, the unexpected. / After the unexpected, the formal handrail / and the overflow.' Price has always been attentive to the unlooked-for delights of language - she is a master of the riddling word-play poem - and uses this play in the service of something larger, an exploration of character and persona and perspective: 'I am every character - every, every character'. These characters appear from a variety of times, places and fictions - Richard III, Hamlet, three readers (one a writer), Richard Nunns and Miss Bethell - from contemporary Wellington to medieval England. The longer sequence 'The Book of Churl' is the narrative of medieval everyman; another long poem, 'Beside Yourself', is both a battle against the relentless first-person pronoun and a celebration of it, in ramshackle poem-diary form. A selection of beautifully crafted, riddling poems of persons and personae, truths and falsehoods, frank identities and masked selves, Beside Herself is a playful, shape-shifting performance.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Best of Best NZ Poems
    Best of Best NZ Poems
    ISBN: 9780864736512
    Title: Best of Best NZ Poems

    The Best of Best New Zealand Poems is a colourful and diverse portrait of the current robust health of New Zealand poetry. For ten years, guest editors have chosen their 25 favourite poems published in the previous year, for publication in the online Annual, Best New Zealand Poems, hosted by International Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University. For this book, editors Bill Manhire and Damien Wilkins have chosen the top 100 poems. They are reproduced here with the poets' biographies and personal statements about the inspirations of their poems.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
  • Between the Kindling & the Blaze with CD
    Between the Kindling & the Blaze with CD
    ISBN: 9780473263850
    Title: Between the Kindling & the Blaze with CD
    Author: BROWN BEN

    Between the Kindling and the Blaze is a bold exploration of the concept of mana. In resonant poetry and short prose poetry, the author does not seek to define mana but rather to reflect on its myriad nuances.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
  • Beyond Puketapu
    Beyond Puketapu
    ISBN: 9781927242940
    Title: Beyond Puketapu
    Author: WARD DUNSTAN

    “Anyone interested in writing from the First World War, or the towering figure of Robert Graves in twentieth century poetry, is likely to know Dunstan Ward as the editor, with Beryl Graves, of the splendid three volume Carcanet edition of Robert Graves: Complete Poems. He was also the editor of Gravesiana, and the president of the Graves Society.

    I’ve admired him for decades as a scholar, critic and editor; I can now add as a poet, as a voice that brings fresh inflections to poems that are both commemorative and immediate, ruminative and acerbically direct.”

    — Vincent O’Sullivan, National Library NZ Poet Laureate 2013–15

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
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