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Singing in their genealogical trees : the emergence of contemporary Hawaiian poetry in English

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Title:Singing in their genealogical trees : the emergence of contemporary Hawaiian poetry in English
Authors:Hamasaki, Richard
Keywords:Hawaiian poetry
Hawaiian literature
LC Subject Headings:Authors, Hawaiian
Hawaii, Poetry
Date Issued:1989
Series:Theses for the degree of Master of Arts (University of Hawaii at Manoa). Pacific Islands Studies; no. 2014
Relation:https://uhmanoa.lib.hawaii.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=1936520&sk=manoa
Abstract:This study is primarily an examination of three contemporary Hawaiian poets. The three poets, Dana Naone Hall, Wayne Kaumuali'i Westlake (1947-1984) and Joseph P. Balaz, are of Hawaiian ancestry, and they are among the first ethnic Hawaiian writers to publish a significant body of contemporary poetry written primarily in English.
Pages/Duration:147 leaves
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/55864
Appears in Collections: Pacific Islands Studies Plan A Masters Theses


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