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Nonahere Òri Tahiti: Pipiri Mā by Patrick Araia Amaru, Edgar Tetahiotupa, and Matani Kainuku (review)

Nonahere Òri Tahiti: Pipiri Mā by Patrick Araia Amaru, Edgar Tetahiotupa, and Matani Kainuku... 302 the contemporary pacific • 27:1 (2015) their residing together is mainly to Nonahere Òri Tahiti: Pipiri Mā, share the household expenses, house- by Patrick Araia Amaru, Edgar Teta- work, and child care. While the inhab- hiotupa, and Matani Kainuku, 2012. itants of a home may have significant In Tahitian and French. Papeete: kin relationships and obligations to Editions des Mers Australes. one another, it is arguable whether isbn: 978-2-905808-44-8; 46 pages, they would have the same obligations illustrations, audio cd, dvd. €30.00. and relationship to the house structure that they are residing in, especially if During the 2011 national celebration the house is rented. of Heiva in French Polynesia—an Another aspect of the study that did annual festival of culture and pat- not fully satisfy me was Gagné’s inclu- rimony well known for dance com- sion of only one whānau case study petitions often involving elaborate throughout the text. Although the first preparations, costuming, oratory, and four chapters of the work are rich in musical performances—the Tahitian theoretical analysis and ethnographic dance troupe Nonahere Òri Tahiti content, the second half of the book is realized the legend of Pipiri mā. A somewhat drawn out and repetitive. significant contribution http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Nonahere Òri Tahiti: Pipiri Mā by Patrick Araia Amaru, Edgar Tetahiotupa, and Matani Kainuku (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 27 (1) – Jun 5, 2015

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Abstract

302 the contemporary pacific • 27:1 (2015) their residing together is mainly to Nonahere Òri Tahiti: Pipiri Mā, share the household expenses, house- by Patrick Araia Amaru, Edgar Teta- work, and child care. While the inhab- hiotupa, and Matani Kainuku, 2012. itants of a home may have significant In Tahitian and French. Papeete: kin relationships and obligations to Editions des Mers Australes. one another, it is arguable whether isbn: 978-2-905808-44-8; 46 pages, they would have the same obligations illustrations, audio cd, dvd. €30.00. and relationship to the house structure that they are residing in, especially if During the 2011 national celebration the house is rented. of Heiva in French Polynesia—an Another aspect of the study that did annual festival of culture and pat- not fully satisfy me was Gagné’s inclu- rimony well known for dance com- sion of only one whānau case study petitions often involving elaborate throughout the text. Although the first preparations, costuming, oratory, and four chapters of the work are rich in musical performances—the Tahitian theoretical analysis and ethnographic dance troupe Nonahere Òri Tahiti content, the second half of the book is realized the legend of Pipiri mā. A somewhat drawn out and repetitive. significant contribution

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jun 5, 2015

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