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Indigenous Literature of Oceania: A Survey of Criticism and Interpretation Hardcover – Feb 28 1995


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  • Hardcover: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Greenwood (Feb. 28 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3540426221
  • ISBN-13: 978-0313291739
  • ASIN: 031329173X
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.4 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 780 g
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..."Goetzfridt's volume fills an important void....especially valuable for documenting scholarship that has appeared in journals...or released by publishers...often unknown or undistributed in the Northern Hemisphere....It is an indispensable research tool for any scholar who contemplates research into South Pacific literature, and is a must for any academic library with significant global multicultural holdings."-Multicultural Review

"Complementing the author's earlier Indigenous Navigation and Voyaging in the Pacific this book extends coverage to international reactions to the literature written by Oceanic authors. The bibliography and the extensive indexes are valuable in themselves. For all libraries interested in this often neglected part of world literature."-Choice

"The brief foreword by Fijian playwright Vilsoni Hereniko is of great assistance inthat it both provides a lively and succinct account of the emergence and rapid development of Pacific literature, and outlines the ongoing argument over the kind of standards by which the new literature should br judged: whether by European standards or by indigenous standards."-ARBA

?Complementing the author's earlier Indigenous Navigation and Voyaging in the Pacific this book extends coverage to international reactions to the literature written by Oceanic authors. The bibliography and the extensive indexes are valuable in themselves. For all libraries interested in this often neglected part of world literature.?-Choice

?The brief foreword by Fijian playwright Vilsoni Hereniko is of great assistance inthat it both provides a lively and succinct account of the emergence and rapid development of Pacific literature, and outlines the ongoing argument over the kind of standards by which the new literature should br judged: whether by European standards or by indigenous standards.?-ARBA

?...Goetzfridt's volume fills an important void....especially valuable for documenting scholarship that has appeared in journals...or released by publishers...often unknown or undistributed in the Northern Hemisphere....It is an indispensable research tool for any scholar who contemplates research into South Pacific literature, and is a must for any academic library with significant global multicultural holdings.?-Multicultural Review

.,."Goetzfridt's volume fills an important void....especially valuable for documenting scholarship that has appeared in journals...or released by publishers...often unknown or undistributed in the Northern Hemisphere....It is an indispensable research tool for any scholar who contemplates research into South Pacific literature, and is a must for any academic library with significant global multicultural holdings."-Multicultural Review

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Complementing the author's earlier Indigenous Navigation and Voyaging in the Pacific this book extends coverage to international reactions to the literature written by Oceanic authors. The bibliography and the extensive indexes are valuable in themselves. For all libraries interested in this often neglected part of world literature.

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