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The sacrificial child in Maori literature

Ulrika Andersson

The sacrificial child in Maori literature

narratives of redemption by Keri Hulme, Patricia Grace, Witi Ihimaera, and Alan Duff

by Ulrika Andersson

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Published by University of Gothenburg, Department of English in Göteborg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori literature,
  • Children in literature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUlrika Andersson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9625.6.C47 A53 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination206 p. ;
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23876374M
    LC Control Number2009472171

    His articles have appeared in journals such as Christianity and Literature, Communio, Horizons, the Journal of Ecumenical Studies, and the Journal of Hindu Christian Studies. Denny has received best-article awards from the Conference on Christianity and Literature, the Catholic Press Association, and the College Theology Society. This book is a tribute to the foresight of Nathaniel B. Emerson and the resilience, strength, and on-going endurance of the Hawaiian culture as revealed through his unnamed Hawaiian informants. The title "Unwritten Literature" refers to the oral traditions that were the foundation of transmuting information through generations in Hawaiʻi.

    Entered at Stationers’ Hall, London, England Published March 1, The Lakeside Press R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company Chicago. Preface. It is becoming more and more a matter of regret that a larger amount of systematic effort was not established in early years for the gathering and preservation of the folk-lore of the Hawaiians. In his Maori History of the Taranaki Coast, at page , Mr. S. P. Smith gives a version of the above myth in which the name of Te Manu-i-te-ra is replaced by that of Tama-nui-te-ra (a name for the sun), the difference between the two names being very slight--namely, a single vowel-sound. In the song given, however, the name of Te Manu-i-te-ra.

    Explore the defining moments of our history, ca ptured by celebrated children's book creator Gavin Bishop, from the Big Bang right through to what might happen tomorrow. Discover Maori legends, layers of meaning and lesser-known facts"--Publisher information. Bibliography of Literature on the Mimetic Theory vol. XLVII by Dietmar Regensburger. published in: Bulletin of the Colloquium on Violence & Religion vol. 64 (May ) We invite you to send books, articles and references dealing with René Girard and Mimetic Theory in digital formats via email or print copies to Girard-Documentation, c/o Dr. Dietmar Regensburger, University of Innsbruck, Karl.


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Childhood and Sacrifice in the Contemporary Maori Novel Several of the most well-known novels by Maori authors of the past decades feature a very special child that stands at the centre of the story as the saviour of its people, such as Simon in The Bone People, Toko in Potiki, Grace in Once Were Warriors, and Kahu in The Whale Rider.

Representing Nature, Magic, and Origin, this child appears Author: Ulrika Andersson. For further reading: The Sacrificial Child in Maori Literature: Narratives of Redemption by Keri Hulme, Patricia Grace, Witi Ihimaera and Alan Duff by Ulrika Andersson (); Women on Womenliterature and Themes, with Authors such as Margaret Atwood, Nadine Gordimer, Keri Hulme, Kate Grenville, Manju Kapoor, Monica Ali and Chandini Lokuge, ed.

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