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By Jenifer Curnow

He Pitopito Korero no te Perehi Maori: Readings from the Maori-Language Press is a reader of assorted articles and content material from nineteenth-century Maori newspapers. There are letters and editorials with the entire dignity and polished rhetoric of speeches, heated political debates, electioneering, prosaic day-by-day information goods and tradesmen's ads. One newspaper even contains a file of the demise of a favorite cat; and the goings-on at faculties and race tracks, women's committees and marae are all mentioned. Divided into six sections and with the Maori and English texts operating facet through part, He Pitopito Korero no te Perehi Maori could be worthwhile to scholars of recent Zealand historical past, Maori language and Maori tradition, and embodies the desires of 1 farsighted editorial-writer in 1893 who wrote, 'Let every body look after his newspaper. don't simply throw it away.'

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