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Waa in Storms (review)

Waa in Storms (review) 204 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) sports meets, music, English and Latin anthologies as Southern Exposure: classes, and the ever-present family. Modern Japanese Literature from These more celebratory images Okinawa (edited by Michael Molan- certainly counter expectations of a sky and Steve Rabson; University of Fiji-Indian presence in perpetual Hawai‘i Press, 2000) and Whetu decline, instead suggesting a resilience Moana (edited by Albert Wendt, similar to the one that prompted Reina Whaitiri, and Robert Sullivan; Derek Walcott’s observation of the Auckland University Press, 2003). Ramleela (the epic dramatization of seri i luangphinith the Hindu epic, the Ramayana) in the University of Hawai‘i, Hilo Caribbean: “this shipwreck of frag- ments, these echoes, these shards of a *** huge tribal vocabulary, these partially remembered customs . . . they are not Waa in Storms, by Teweiariki Teaero. decayed but strong” (“The Antilles: Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, Fragments of Epic Memory,” Nobel University of the South Pacific, 2004. Prize in Literature lecture, 7 Dec isbn 982-02-0368-6; xvi + 114 pages, 1992). figures, photographs, appendixes, Inevitably, the act of writing itself written in English and the Kiribati becomes the focus of this text and an language, glossary. us$25.00. exploration of literature http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2006 University of Hawai'i Press.
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1527-9464

Abstract

204 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) sports meets, music, English and Latin anthologies as Southern Exposure: classes, and the ever-present family. Modern Japanese Literature from These more celebratory images Okinawa (edited by Michael Molan- certainly counter expectations of a sky and Steve Rabson; University of Fiji-Indian presence in perpetual Hawai‘i Press, 2000) and Whetu decline, instead suggesting a resilience Moana (edited by Albert Wendt, similar to the one that prompted Reina Whaitiri, and Robert Sullivan; Derek Walcott’s observation of the Auckland University Press, 2003). Ramleela (the epic dramatization of seri i luangphinith the Hindu epic, the Ramayana) in the University of Hawai‘i, Hilo Caribbean: “this shipwreck of frag- ments, these echoes, these shards of a *** huge tribal vocabulary, these partially remembered customs . . . they are not Waa in Storms, by Teweiariki Teaero. decayed but strong” (“The Antilles: Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, Fragments of Epic Memory,” Nobel University of the South Pacific, 2004. Prize in Literature lecture, 7 Dec isbn 982-02-0368-6; xvi + 114 pages, 1992). figures, photographs, appendixes, Inevitably, the act of writing itself written in English and the Kiribati becomes the focus of this text and an language, glossary. us$25.00. exploration of literature

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Dec 6, 2005

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