Books set in Fiji (9)


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1.

A Disappearance in Fiji by Nilima Rao EN

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Country: Oceania / Fiji flag Fiji
Description:
A charming debut historical mystery set in 1914 Fiji.

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A Remarkable Rotuman Woman by Jacinta Tonga EN

Rating: 4     2 Votes
Country: Oceania / Fiji flag Fiji
Description:
Petera Veu was born out of wedlock and into a time when girls lived lives of quiet, domestic servitude. But Petera Veu had other ideas. Like the Fijian island of Rotuma in which she was raised, Petera didn't quite fit in with her surroundings. She picked fights, stole food, rebuked priests and generally spoke her mind whenever possible. Determined, independent and, at times, downright intractable, Petera Veu lived life on her own terms. A Remarkable Rotuman Woman is Jacinta Tonga's memoir of her late grandmother, the indomitable Petera Veu, and speaks of traditional life in the South Pacific, ... continue

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Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia by Evelyn Flores, Emelihter Kihleng EN

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Country: Oceania / Micronesia flag Micronesia
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For the first time, poetry, short stories, critical and creative essays, chants, and excerpts of plays by Indigenous Micronesian authors have been brought together to form a resounding—and distinctly Micronesian—voice. With over two thousand islands spread across almost three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, Micronesia and its peoples have too often been rendered invisible and insignificant both in and out of academia. This long-awaited anthology of contemporary indigenous literature will reshape Micronesia’s historical and literary landscape. Presenting over seventy authors and one ... continue

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Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia by Evelyn Flores, Emelihter Kihleng EN

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Country: Oceania / Kiribati flag Kiribati
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For the first time, poetry, short stories, critical and creative essays, chants, and excerpts of plays by Indigenous Micronesian authors have been brought together to form a resounding—and distinctly Micronesian—voice. With over two thousand islands spread across almost three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, Micronesia and its peoples have too often been rendered invisible and insignificant both in and out of academia. This long-awaited anthology of contemporary indigenous literature will reshape Micronesia’s historical and literary landscape. Presenting over seventy authors and one ... continue

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Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia by Evelyn Flores, Emelihter Kihleng EN

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For the first time, poetry, short stories, critical and creative essays, chants, and excerpts of plays by Indigenous Micronesian authors have been brought together to form a resounding—and distinctly Micronesian—voice. With over two thousand islands spread across almost three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, Micronesia and its peoples have too often been rendered invisible and insignificant both in and out of academia. This long-awaited anthology of contemporary indigenous literature will reshape Micronesia’s historical and literary landscape. Presenting over seventy authors and one ... continue

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Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia by Evelyn Flores, Emelihter Kihleng EN

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Country: Oceania / Nauru flag Nauru
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For the first time, poetry, short stories, critical and creative essays, chants, and excerpts of plays by Indigenous Micronesian authors have been brought together to form a resounding—and distinctly Micronesian—voice. With over two thousand islands spread across almost three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, Micronesia and its peoples have too often been rendered invisible and insignificant both in and out of academia. This long-awaited anthology of contemporary indigenous literature will reshape Micronesia’s historical and literary landscape. Presenting over seventy authors and one ... continue

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Kalyana by Rajni Mala Khelawan EN

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Oceania / Fiji flag Fiji
Description:
A moving story about what it means to be a woman in a society where choices are limited and decisions are difficult. A must read for mothers, and their adult daughters.

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Kava in the Blood by Peter Thomson EN

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Oceania / Fiji flag Fiji
Description:
Judges report, Montana NZ Book Awards 2000: "This is an excellent story, beautifully written and skillfully mixing the personal with the political."

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Of Baluka and Nibong Palm by Mikaele Mataika Kolinio Yasa, Pasifika Education Centre EN

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Country: Oceania / Fiji flag Fiji
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This fully illustrated biography of Rev. Mikaele Yasa covers his early life in Fiji, military service and his struggle with his faith in later life. It also contains a collections of writings by Rev. Yasa in both English and Fijian.