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Nights of StorytellingA Cultural History of Kanaky-New Caledonia$
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Raylene Ramsay

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780824832223

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824832223.001.0001

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Métissage and Cultural Hybridity

Métissage and Cultural Hybridity

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(p.323) Chapter Twenty-Two Métissage and Cultural Hybridity
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Nights of Storytelling
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Raylene Ramsay
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University of Hawai'i Press
DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824832223.003.0022

This chapter presents translated extracts from the works of Claudine Jacques, Nicolas Kurtovitch, Déwé Gorodé, Catherine Laurent, Denis Pourawa, and Paul Wamo. These include an extract from Jacques' “The Black Mare” (2001); an extract from a short story in Kurtovitch's collection entitled Forêt Terre et Tabac (1992); an extract from Ihage's collection of short stories entitled Iles sur un horizon de paroles (2000); a piece by Laurent entitled “This Land”; and a scene from Gorod''s play, Kënaké 2000 ou KNK 2000: Une adaptation du jèmââ de Téâ Kënaké.

Keywords:   Claudine Jacques, Nicolas Kurtovitch, Déwé Gorodé, Catherine Laurent, Denis Pourawa, Paul Wamo, New Caledonia, poems, poetry, plays

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