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Initially rejected by a number of publishing companies, Keri Hulme's book entitled "The Bone People" attracted public attention in 1985, when it was awarded the Booker Prize. The novel ponders the topic of isolation and the feelings and actions related to it. The characters build their own borders, physical or psychological, while living in a country whose multiculturalism is an inherent quality. The author presents a postcolonial vision of New Zealand by providing an example of three people ofdoi:10.26881/bp.2019.2.04 fatcat:bunhb3nsubbjdhb75vk762rg7m