“The Last White Rhinoceros”

Title“The Last White Rhinoceros”
Year for Search2020
AuthorsIhimaera[-Smiler], Witi [Tame](b. 1944)
Secondary AuthorsKnox, Elizabeth(b. 1959), and Larsen, David
Secondary TitleMonsters in the Garden: An Anthology of Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy
Volume / Edition186-202
Date Published2020
PublisherVictoria University of Wellington Press
Place PublishedWellington, New Zealand
ISBN Number9781776563104
KeywordsAotearoa/New Zealand author, Male author, Māori author
Annotation

Post-apocalyptic (nuclear war) dystopia in which most humans died, most of the remaining preyed on each other, and the few insolated groups of survivors, most notably some Māori, were collected by the new android civilization in hopes of restarting homo sapiens. 

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Author Note

Aotearoa/New Zealand Māori (Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki) author (b. 1944)

Full Text

2020 Ihimaera[-Smiler], Witi [Tame] (b. 1944). “The Last White Rhinoceros.” By Witi Ihimaera. Monsters in the Garden: An Anthology of Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. Elizabeth Fiona] Knox and David Larsen (Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington Press, 2020), 186-202. First publication. PSt

Post-apocalyptic (nuclear war) dystopia in which most humans died, most of the remaining preyed on each other, and the few insolated groups of survivors, most notably some Māori, were collected by the new android civilization in hopes of restarting homo sapiens. Aotearoa/New Zealand Māori (Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki) author.