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Hembemba: Rivers of the Forest, and: Cook Islands, and: From the Spider Bone Diaries: Poems and Songs (review)

Hembemba: Rivers of the Forest, and: Cook Islands, and: From the Spider Bone Diaries: Poems and... 508 the contemporary pacific fall 2002 is discarded in pursuit of a theoretical Hembemba: Rivers of the Forest, by position. Hawai‘i is an ideal nexus for Steven Edmund Winduo. Suva: Insti - her argument, but ending at Sea Wor l d tute of Pacific Studies, University of undercuts Hawai‘i’s history and com- the South Pacific, and Boroko: Lan- plex cultural politics. D e s m o n d ’s cause guage and Literature Department, and Hawai‘i might both have been University of Papua New Guinea, better served by two books instead 2000. i s b n 982– 02– 0311–2; 124 of a bifurcated one. As a text about pages, figures, appendix, glossary. Hawai‘i, Staging Tourism is still sub- u s$12.00. ject to Euro-American, middle- class Cook Islands. Special Issue of Mana: ethnocentricities easily reframed A South Pacific Journal of Art and through other gazes. Where in the Culture, Language and Literature “white imaginary” would Desmond (12:2), edited by Jean Tekura Mason fit the Japanese hula craze or Hawai‘i and Vaine Rasmussen. Suva: Institute tourism’s dependence on the Japanese of Pacific Studies, University of the yen? An outsider, Desmond safely S o u t h Pacific, 2000. i s b http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Hembemba: Rivers of the Forest, and: Cook Islands, and: From the Spider Bone Diaries: Poems and Songs (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 14 (2) – Jul 1, 2002

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Abstract

508 the contemporary pacific fall 2002 is discarded in pursuit of a theoretical Hembemba: Rivers of the Forest, by position. Hawai‘i is an ideal nexus for Steven Edmund Winduo. Suva: Insti - her argument, but ending at Sea Wor l d tute of Pacific Studies, University of undercuts Hawai‘i’s history and com- the South Pacific, and Boroko: Lan- plex cultural politics. D e s m o n d ’s cause guage and Literature Department, and Hawai‘i might both have been University of Papua New Guinea, better served by two books instead 2000. i s b n 982– 02– 0311–2; 124 of a bifurcated one. As a text about pages, figures, appendix, glossary. Hawai‘i, Staging Tourism is still sub- u s$12.00. ject to Euro-American, middle- class Cook Islands. Special Issue of Mana: ethnocentricities easily reframed A South Pacific Journal of Art and through other gazes. Where in the Culture, Language and Literature “white imaginary” would Desmond (12:2), edited by Jean Tekura Mason fit the Japanese hula craze or Hawai‘i and Vaine Rasmussen. Suva: Institute tourism’s dependence on the Japanese of Pacific Studies, University of the yen? An outsider, Desmond safely S o u t h Pacific, 2000. i s b

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