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Niu Voices

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Niu Voices by Huia Publishers Book Resume:

The literature of New Zealand rarely reflects the amazing, strong and vibrant culture of the Pacific. The Creative New Zealand Pacific Arts Committee took the initiative in 2003 of organising a number of creative writing workshops for new Pacific writers. They published the best of this writing in First Draft. Building on this and other initiatives, Huia Publishers in partnership with the Pacific Arts Committee, present this anthology of new writing from emerging and established Pacific writers.

The Women of Quyi

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The Women of Quyi by Francesca R. Sborgi Lawson Book Resume:

Why has the female voice—as the resonant incarnation of the female body—inspired both fascination and ambivalence? Why were women restricted from performing on the Chinese public stage? How have female roles and voices been appropriated by men throughout much of the history of Chinese theatre? Why were the women of quyi—a community of Chinese female singers in Republican Tianjin—able to become successful, respected artists when other female singers and actors in competing performance traditions struggled for acceptance? Drawing substantially on original ethnographic fieldwork conducted in the 1980s and 1990s, Francesca R. Sborgi Lawson offers answers to these questions and demonstrates how the women of quyi successfully negotiated their sexuality and vocality in performance. Owing to their role as third-person narrators, the women of quyi bridged the gender gap, creating an androgynous persona that de-emphasized their feminine appearance and, at the same time, allowed them to showcase their female voices on public stages—places that had been previously unwelcoming to female artists. This is a story about female storytellers who sang their way to respectability and social change in the early decades of the twentieth century by minimizing their bodies in order to allow their voices to be heard.

The New Paper Families

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The New Paper Families by Richard Baines Book Resume:

These lesson-sized stories from Australian and international authors cover a range of themes, styles and genres, and introduce students to writing techniques and the skills of critical literacy. Each story has discussion questions and writing activities.

Once Were Pacific

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Once Were Pacific by Alice Te Punga Somerville Book Resume:

Explores the relationship between indigeneity and migration among Maori and Pacific peoples

Writing the Pacific

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Writing the Pacific by Jen Webb,Kavita Ivy Nandan Book Resume:

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Niu Waves

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Niu Waves by Robert Nicole Book Resume:

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We the Chinese

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We the Chinese by Deirdre Hunter Book Resume:

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On eitei's wings

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On eitei's wings by Teweiariki Teaero Book Resume:

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Fast Talking PI

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Fast Talking PI by Selina Marsh Book Resume:

Winner, 2010 NZSA Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry The judging panel found Marsh’s collection exhilarating: "The poems are sensuous but strong, using lush imagery and clear rhythms and repetitions to power them forward." Touching on the poet’s community, ancestry, influences, and history, this debut collection of poetry lives up to the meaning behind the artist’s name—“writer of tales.” The featured verse is sensuous but strong, using lush imagery, clear rhythms, and repetitions to power it forward. With a unique Pacific lyricism, this compendium is structured in three sections that showcase different strengths, from personal poems and political and historical verse to those already destined to become classics. Fighting against historical injustices and exploring the ideas of identity and story—especially those associated with the afakasi or half-caste experience in a postcolonial world—this compilation will gratify fans of poetry everywhere.

Indigenous Articulations of Identity and Island Place in Contemporary Kanaka Maoli and Ma'ohi Literatures

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Indigenous Articulations of Identity and Island Place in Contemporary Kanaka Maoli and Ma'ohi Literatures by Dina El Dessouky Book Resume:

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Landfall

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Dark Sparring

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Dark Sparring by Selina Marsh Book Resume:

Where Selina Marsh’s first collection, Fast Talking PI, boldly, insightfully, and lyrically wrestled with the realities of being an individual of Pacific descent in primarily European world, her latest offering fiercely combats the loss of a loved on with all of the techniques of poetry and the Thai kickboxing she practices at her disposal. The compendium brims with a fluid, humming list of poems, literary shout outs, and personal elegies, as Marsh takes readers through her mother’s cancer diagnosis and the long journey as her illness played itself out. Along the way, the poet offers glimpses of other parts of her world as well: scenes from Matiatia to Orapiu to Apia; classroom politics; the importance of leadership; and the reasons she feels New Zealand is a “lucky” country. The affecting, rhythmic verses in the book are given a literal, and appealing, voice in the accompanying audio CD, on which Marsh reads aloud a selection of the poems.

Mauri Ola

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Mauri Ola by Albert Wendt,Reina Whaitiri,Robert Sullivan Book Resume:

First published: Auckland: Auckland University Press.

Voices

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Voices by N.A Book Resume:

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AlterNative memories

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AlterNative memories by Hanne Birk Book Resume:

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Die Mauer

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Die Mauer by J. Christoph Bürkle Book Resume:

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Voices of Wisdom

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Voices of Wisdom by N.A Book Resume:

A reader for use in the Introductory Philosophy course at all colleges and universities. Including Hindu, Buddhist, Chinese, African, Native American, Islamic, Jewish, and feminist philosophies, this text promotes a multicultural approach to philosophy through the reading of primary sources. In 11 chapters organized by the important questions of life that philosophers seek to answer, the text presents students with a broad array of classic and contemporary readings that will foster their understanding of the world and challenge them to critically evaluate issues.

Voices from the Whirlwind

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Voices from the Whirlwind by Jicai Feng Book Resume:

Presents fourteen candid first-person accounts of life during China's Cultural Revolution of 1966 to 1976

Dawn on the River

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Dawn on the River by [Anonymus AC03399478] Book Resume:

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