What did Janet Frame write?
Frame wrote three volumes of memoirs: To the Is-Land (1982), An Angel at My Table (1984), and The Envoy from Mirror City (1985). Those autobiographical works were adapted for a critically acclaimed film, An Angel at My Table (1990), directed by Jane Campion.
Did Janet Frame have a baby?
Pamela, the daughter of Janet’s youngest sister June and literary executor of the writer’s estate, was a baby when Janet moved to Auckland in 1954. During her 15 months there, she famously penned her debut novel, owls Do Cry, while living in Frank Sargeson’s old army hut in Takapuna.
Where is Janet Frame buried?
Janet Frame’s ashes will be buried in Oamaru, where the author lived for a number of years.
What was wrong with Janet Frame?
Janet Frame, whose vividly romantic explorations of madness and language in novels, poetry and autobiography propelled her to worldwide attention, died yesterday in Dunedin, New Zealand. She was 79. Dunedin Hospital said the cause was acute leukemia, The Associated Press reported.