Tales of Molokai: The Voice of Harriet Ne

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Institute for Polynesian Studies, 1992 - Fiction - 171 pages
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A collection of traditional Hawaiian legends and contemporary folktales and stories from and about the island of Molokai. Includes information about the history and geography of Molokai and the storyteller's life and philosophy.

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Ohia and the Birth of Kealas Daughter
Puakea the Maiden of Molokai
Ka Lae o ka Laau the Point of the Branch

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Gloria L. Cronin is Professor of English at Brigham Young University. She is co-editor of the Saul Bellow Journal and associate editor of Pacific Studies.

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