Huia Short Stories 4: Contemporary Māori Fiction
Huia Publishers, 2001 - Maori (New Zealand people) - 266 pages
Diverting, beautiful, strong: these stories could come from no other country. Selected by Keri Hulme, writer, whitebaiter; Terry Sturm, Professor of English at Auckland University; and Patu Hohepa, Maori language commissioner. This is the fourth in a series highlighting new fiction from accomplished Maori writers.
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