Legends of the South Sea : The World of the Polynesians seen through their Myths and Legends, Poetry and Art

By: Alpers, Antony

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Legends of the South Sea : The World of the Polynesians seen through their Myths and Legends, Poetry and Art by Alpers, Antony
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Christchurch, New Zealand: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1970. "By reconstructing Polynesian legends, myths, folktales and poetry to let them speak for themselves. And in their introduction that is a masterly compression of the Polynesians whole way of life he cuts away our illusions and leaves us face to face with the islanders and the way they saw themselves and the jewelled archipelago which they lived and sailed. ' The 80 illus are taken from the works of the first eye witnesses during the period 1769 - 1876. CONDITION Teal bds with bright Gilt title and decoration of carving of a religious object from Rarotonga (fresh and unworn) Green map eps, pp xv 416 with b/w illus and maps (tight and clean, not inscribed) Original DJ is fresh with sl worn spine head, small mark to rear foot of spine, not price clipped. #Maori#. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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