Folktales of Hawai'i
Mary Kawena Pukui stands alone in the history of Hawai'i for her unparalleled contributions to the preservation and revitalization of Hawaiian language and culture. This collection includes tales she first heard from her grandmother and mother when she was a child in Ka'u on the Big Island. Many of the folktales are presented both in Pukui's original Hawaiian and in English translation.
Specifications of Folktales of Hawai'i
|Publisher||Bishop Museum Pr|
|Number Of Pages||160|
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