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The autobiography of a Maori

Reweti Tuhorouta Kohere

The autobiography of a Maori

by Reweti Tuhorouta Kohere

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Published by A.H. & A.W. Reed in Wellington [N.Z.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori (New Zealand people)

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p.
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26979958M
    OCLC/WorldCa7765251

    Frederick Maning, Old New Zealand () An exuberant mixture of autobiography, racy anecdotes, and descriptions of Maori history and customs, which also contained a political message of the conflict between the Maori and European world. Board Games and Party Games: Roleplaying and War Game Guides: Puzzles, Crosswords and Game Rules: Chess and Traditional Games.

      The difference between autobiography and memoir is probably a matter of degrees and semantics, and I imagine the book is titled a memoir because of its rhetorical flourishes and speculations. However, in my own understanding, an autobiography almost always takes several volumes (this is the first of two), and goes into great detail in a more or. The autobiography focuses on his life experiences. Crossing through both the Maori and Pakeha worlds and the world beyond us. This book is like the rainbow which travels on the land and ascends across the skies.

    In his syndicated newspaper articles, his autobiography (Out of the Mist and Steam), and his book-length survey of Maoridom (Maori: The Crisis and the Challenge), he has stressed the need for Maori to embrace orthodox Western education and an ethic of self-knowledge and self-help. Mighty Ape stores more t popular books in our warehouse to make sure they can be delivered fast. You can find all the essential Cookbooks for different needs. There are many popular Fiction from Stephen King, James Patterson, Nora Roberts and more in stock and ready to ship.. Our weekly Books best seller covers all the trendy reads from Graphic Novel to Science Fiction Books.


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The autobiography of a Maori. Wellington [N.Z.]: Reed. MLA Citation. Kohere, Reweti T. The autobiography of a Maori / by Reweti T. Kohere Reed Wellington [N.Z.] Australian/Harvard Citation. Kohere, Reweti T.The autobiography of a Maori / by Reweti T. Kohere Reed Wellington [N.Z.] Wikipedia Citation.

Inwith the aid of the New Zealand Literary Fund, he published The story of a Maori chief, a biography of Mokena Kohere; and, inhis own story, The autobiography of a Maori.

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