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New Zealand literature

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New Zealand claims as its own many writers, even those immigrants bornoverseas or those emigrants who have gone into exile . Exceptions include Samuel Butler , whose Erewhon , set in New Zealand and written as a result of a stay in New Zealand, nevertheless arguably belongsprimarily to English literature . Karl Wolfskehl forms another possible exception: his sojourn in Auckland belongs rather to the story of German literature .

Most New Zealand literary work appears in English , but Maori publication grows apace.

Writers who have contributed to New Zealand literature include:

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