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Cook Islands Culture: Akono'anga Maori

Ron Crocombe (Editor), Majorie Tua'inekore Crocombe (Editor)

Published by Institute of Pacific Studies in Association with the Cook Islands Extension Centre, University of the South Pacific, the Cook Islands Cultural and Historic Places Trust, and the Ministry of Cultural Development, 2003
ISBN 10: 9820203481 / ISBN 13: 9789820203488
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Title: Cook Islands Culture: Akono'anga Maori

Publisher: Institute of Pacific Studies in Association with the Cook Islands Extension Centre, University of the South Pacific, the Cook Islands Cultural and Historic Places Trust, and the Ministry of Cultural Development

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

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370 pp.,illustrations, bibliography, index. cover is scuffed. Culture has many faces. People are most aware of the creative arts - dance, song, chant, drama, carving, painting, weaving, tattoo, oral tradition and written literature, sports and games, as well as other forms of expression such as the symbols of national identity. Other equally important and more basic aspects od culture are also touched on here, including language, religion, rites of passage, personality and cultural aspects of food. This book views key elements of Cook Islands culture from within as it is, as it was, and as it may become. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9820203481USP1X052213

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