The Bone People: A Novel

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Penguin Books #ad - As kerewin succumbs to simon's feral charm, she also falls under the spell of his Maori foster father Joe, who rescued the boy from a shipwreck and now treats him with an unsettling mixture of tenderness and brutality. One night her solitude is disrupted by a visitor—a speechless, mercurial boy named Simon, who tries to steal from her and then repays her with his most precious possession.

The Bone People: A Novel #ad - . Out of this unorthodox trinity keri hulme has created what is at once a mystery, and an ambitious exploration of the zone where Maori and European New Zealand meet, clash, a love story, and sometimes merge. Winner of both a booker prize and Pegasus Prize for Literature, The Bone People is a work of unfettered wordplay and mesmerizing emotional complexity.

In a tower on the new zealand sea lives Kerewin Holmes, part Maori, part European, an artist estranged from her art, a woman in exile from her family.

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Come On Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All: A New Zealand Story

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Bloomsbury USA #ad - Thompson explores cultural displacement through the ages and the fascinating history of Europeans in the South Pacific, beginning with Abel Tasman's discovery of New Zealand in 1642. In this involving, compassionate memoir, christina Thompson tells the story of her romance and eventual marriage to a Maori man, interspersing it with a narrative history of the cultural collision between Westerners and the Maoris of New Zealand.

Come On Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All: A New Zealand Story #ad - Yet at its core, fall in love, this is the story of two people who meet, and are forever changed. Despite their significant differences, seven, Thompson and her husband, share a similar sense of adventure and a willingness to depart from the customs of their families and forge a life together on their own.

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The Luminaries

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Back Bay Books #ad - Catton has built a lively parody of a 19th-century novel, and in so doing created a novel for the 21st, something utterly new. Used book in Good Condition. Back Bay Books. Moody is soon drawn into a network of fates and fortunes that is as complex and exquisitely ornate as the night sky. Richly evoking a mid-nineteenth-century world of shipping, THE LUMINARIES is at once a fiendishly clever ghost story, a gripping page-turner, and gold rush boom and bust, banking, and a thrilling novelistic achievement.

On the stormy night of his arrival, a prostitute has tried to end her life, he stumbles across a tense gathering of 12 local men who have met in secret to discuss a series of unexplained events: a wealthy man has vanished, and an enormous cache of gold has been discovered in the home of a luckless drunk.

The Luminaries #ad - The bestselling, Man Booker Prize-winning novel hailed as "a true achievement. It richly confirms that Eleanor Catton is one of the brightest stars in the international literary firmament. The pages fly. New york times book reviewit is 1866, and Walter Moody has come to stake his claim in New Zealand's booming gold rush.

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The Whale Rider

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Harcourt #ad - Kahu is his only great-grandchild--and Maori tradition has no use for a girl. Back Bay Books. Eight-year-old kahu, fights to prove her love, New Zealand, her leadership, a member of the Maori tribe of Whangara, and her destiny. Now available in simultaneous hardcover and paperback editions. But when hundreds of whales beach themselves and threaten the future of the Maori tribe, it is Kahu who saves the tribe when she reveals that she has the whale rider's ancient gift of communicating with whales.

Her people claim descent from Kahutia Te Rangi, the legendary "whale rider. In every generation since Kahutia, a male heir has inherited the title of chief. Feature film in theaters in June 2003! Used book in Good Condition. But now there is no male heir, and the aging chief is desperate to find a successor.

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The Penguin History of New Zealand

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Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited #ad - The Penguin History of New Zealand #ad - New zealand was the last country in the world to be discovered and settled by humankind. Used book in Good Condition. It was also the first to introduce full democracy. Between those events, and in the century that followed the franchise, the movements and conflicts of human history have been played out more intensively and more rapidly in New Zealand than anywhere else on Earth.

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Squashed Possums: Off the beaten track in New Zealand

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - May it sell in the millions” Used book in Good Condition. Back Bay Books. Narrated by jon's former home, the lone caravan, Squashed Possums reveals what it's like to live in the wild through four seasons, including New Zealand's coldest winter in decades. Discover how jon finds himself reversing off the edge of a cliff, the pioneers who paved the way, meet the Maori chef who survived 9/11, and catch sight of the elusive kiwi bird.

Encounter hedgehogs that fly, and perhaps most importantly, possums that scream, the lone caravan with a story to tell. Dr jock phillips, author of white gold and nathaniels nutmeg “The caravan narrator – yes, NZ historian and author “I thoroughly enjoyed it! What an interesting story”Giles Milton, a first.

Squashed Possums: Off the beaten track in New Zealand #ad - 2016 award finalist - travel non-fiction - readers' favorite awardsBill Bryson, author of Notes from a Small Island "Terrific"Ten years after returning from the New Zealand outback, Jon receives a mysterious manuscript in the post.

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Once Were Warriors

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Vintage #ad - Conveying both the rich textures of maori tradition and the wounds left by its absence, irresistible energy, Once Were Warriors is a masterpiece of unblinking realism, and great sorrow. Used book in Good Condition. Back Bay Books. Used book in Good Condition. Once were warriors is alan Duff's harrowing vision of his country's indigenous people two hundred years after the English conquest.

Once Were Warriors #ad - In prose that is both raw and compelling, it tells the story of Beth Heke, a Maori woman struggling to keep her family from falling apart, despite the squalor and violence of the housing projects in which they live.

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A Traveller's History of New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands

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Interlink Pub Group #ad - The book covers the whole scope of New Zealand's past and present history and allows the reader to make sense of what they see in a way that no other guidebook can. A traveller's history of new zealand and the south pacific islands gives the curious tourist not only a modern-day portrait of New Zealand and the far-flung islands, their political systems, and economic diversity, but also looks at the early settling of this massive area which covers about a fifth of the surface of the earth.

A Traveller's History of New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands #ad - The story of the peopling of the South Pacific Islands and New Zealand is one of the world's great sagas. Back Bay Books. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. When european navigators first sailed into this region, they were astonished at the exotic shared culture and language of the natives, separated in some cases by terrifying stretches of open ocean.

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Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century

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University of Hawaii Press #ad - Now in paper this immensely readable book, full of drama and humor as well as scholarship, is a watershed in the writing of New Zealand history. In making many new assertions and challenging many historical myths, it seeks to reinterpret our approach to the past. It traces the great encounter between independent maoridom and expanding Europe from 1642 to 1916, the neo-Europeans of New Zealand, including the foundation of the Pakeha, between the 1830s and the 1880s.

Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Essential reading for anyone interested in New Zealand history and in the history of new societies in general. Given new zealand's small population, short history, and great isolation, the history of the archipelago has been saddled with a reputation for mundanity.

Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century #ad - The construction of peoples, with each other, or ancestors, Maori and Pakeha, is a recurring theme: the response of each to the great shift from extractive to sustainable economics; their relationship with their Hawaikis, and with myth. According to james belich, and therefore more discernably, however, and recency is an advantage, in which the grand themes of world history are often played out more rapidly, more separately, size, it is just these characteristics that make New Zealand "a historian's paradise: a laboratory whose isolation, than elsewhere.

The first of two planned volumes, Making Peoples begins with the Polynesian settlement and its development into the Maori tribes in the eleventh century. It describes the forging of a neo-Polynesia and a neo-Britain and the traumatic interaction between them.

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New Zealand National Geographic Adventure Map

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National Geographic Maps #ad - This information is not available in traditional road maps, surfing, playing golf and fishing, beaches, as well as airports and airfields, skiing, harbors, such as areas for camping, waterfalls and hot springs. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Back Bay Books. In addition to this special content, the map also includes an index with the locations of cities and towns and a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for for roads and highways, as well as secondary routes for those seeking to travel off the beaten path.

The north island map includes auckland, milford sound, while the south Island map includes such popular destinations as Mount Cook National Park and the Southern Alps, The Coromandel and Waitomo Caves, Bay of Islands, Abel Tasman National Park. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. With accurate and detailed information of the area, the map pinpoints hundreds of diverse and unique recreational, and historic destinations, cultural, ecological, including many lesser known ones.

New Zealand National Geographic Adventure Map #ad - All this information makes the map a perfect companion to National Geographic's New Zealand Traveler's Guide or any other guidebook. Waterproof • tear-resistant • travel mapnational Geographic's New Zealand Adventure Map is an expertly researched, comprehensive map, designed to meet the needs of adventure travelers.

Every adventure map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough — capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel. Map scale = 1:1, 100, 000sheet Size = 25.

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The Villagers Huasipungo

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Southern Illinois University Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Back Bay Books. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. His first novel, the villagers is still considered by most critics as Icaza’ s best, but not his first published work, and it is widely acclaimed as one of the most significant works in contemporary Latin American literature.

Thirty years after its original publication in Ecuador, The Villagers still carries a powerful message for the contemporary world and an urgent warning. Used book in Good Condition. The conditions here portrayed prevail in these areas, even today. The villagers is a story of the ruthless exploitation and extermination of an Indian village of Ecuador by its greedy landlord.

The villagers is an indictment of the latifundista system and a caustic picture of the native worker who, with little expectation from life, finds himself a victim of an antiquated feudal system aided and abetted by a grasping clergy and an indifferent govern­ment. Used book in Good Condition. First published in 1934, it is here available for the first time in an authorized English translation.

The Villagers Huasipungo #ad - A realistic tale in the best tradition of the novels of social protest of Zola, The Villagers Huasipungo shocked and horrified its readers, and the Mexican novels of the Revolution, José Eustasio Rivera, and brought its author mingled censure and acclaim, Dosto­evsky, when it was first published in 1934.

Deeply moving in the dramatic intensity of its relentless evolution and stark human suffering, Icaza’ s novel has been translated into eleven foreign languages, on which this translation is based, including Russian and Chinese, and has gone through numerous editions in Spanish, including a revised and enlarged edition in 1953, but it has never before been authorized for translation into English.

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