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The Lamentations Of Te Whara : From This World To That Which Is To Come : Delivered Under The Similitude Of A Vision Wherein Is Discovered The Manner Of Her Letting Out, Her Dangerous Journey; And Safe Arrival At The Defined Country

The Lamentations Of Te Whara : From This World To That Which Is To Come : Delivered Under The Similitude Of A Vision Wherein Is Discovered The Manner Of Her Letting Out, Her Dangerous Journey; And Safe Arrival At The Defined Country
 

Located on the east coast of New Zealand, Whangarei Harbour, Ocean Beach, the author writes with accompanying photos about a small carved figure known as a Poupou by the indigenous Maori people. She regularly visits the poupou to dress its sad little face with a garland of indige... read full description below.

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ISBN 9780473304676
Published 1 July 2013
Author(s) By Prentice, Carole
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ISBN-13 9780473304676
ISBN-10
Stock Out of stock
Status Availability and pricing is uncertain (no recent updates from publisher)
Publisher unlisted
Publication Date 1 July 2013
Publication Country United States United States
Format Not specified
Author(s) By Prentice, Carole
Category Art Of Indigenous Peoples
Carving & Carvings
Decorative Arts & Crafts
Photographs: Collections
Myths & Mythology
NZ, Maori & Pasifika
Maori
New Zealand & Related
Number of Pages 39
Dimensions Width: 250mm
Height: 210mm
Weight Not specified - defaults to 400g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Dewey Code 779.7
Catalogue Code 605026

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Located on the east coast of New Zealand, Whangarei Harbour, Ocean Beach, the author writes with accompanying photos about a small carved figure known as a Poupou by the indigenous Maori people. She regularly visits the poupou to dress its sad little face with a garland of indigenous flowers to brighten the day.

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