Rosamund Dallow was born in Napier, New Zealand. Her career has spanned many fields, including ballet (as dancer, teacher, lecturer, broadcaster and writer), flamenco and acting (in theatre, radio and TV). She has taught English in the newly independent East Timor, worked as a security guard and sung in the choir at the Sydney Olympics.
She has travelled widely, loves history and speaking other languages, snorkelling, and researching her family tree – which can be traced to the Norman conquest of England. Rosamund wrote Broken Rhythms as a tribute to the land, and the times, which have shaped her life. She is a passionate advocate for the environment, and is currently working on a sequel to Broken Rhythms
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by Rosamund Dallow
The hopes and aspirations of Beth, born in the sleepy town of Napier in 1903, and then her daughter Laura, born in 1939, are played out against the stifling social atmosphere of post-war New Zealand.
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