Nafanua saving the Samoan rain forest by Paul Alan Cox

Cover of: Nafanua | Paul Alan Cox

Published by W.H. Freeman in New York .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Samoa.

Subjects:

  • Cox, Paul Alan,
  • Samoans -- Ethnobotany,
  • Rain forest conservation -- Samoa,
  • Forest reserves -- Samoa

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementPaul Alan Cox ; illustrated by Michael Rothman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDU819.A2 C69 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination238 p. :
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL690291M
ISBN 100716731169
LC Control Number97037379

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The legend of Nafanua, the guardian and goddess of war in Samoa. Nafanua is a titled woman known throughout Samoa as a goddess of war.

She was bestowed the title because she was highly respected by her family and village council and very dependable. As a goddess of war, it was her responsibility to protect her family and save her village from enemies. OLA LE TAUA Sola Lilomaiava ae tuliloa e Nafanua Pa'ia loa e Nafanua le pa i Fualaga ae ona ia toe manatua ai loa le tala a lona Tama na fai ia te ia "A pa'ia le pa i Fualaga, ia sua le tuli aua le ali'i o aiga" Sunu'i loa e Nafanua lana la'au i le palapala Ola loa lea o le taua.

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Nafanua’s old school mates planned to rob the New World, they sat at the tops of trees and planned: darkness, cigarettes, beer. She said, You’ll never pull it off. They didn’t. Nafanua from nowhere driving out into the world as far away from Aranui as she can go Nafanua from Pulotu driving out into the world and all the things that make her.

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Cox (Botany/Brigham Young Univ.) details the tribulations of protecting a small patch of unique forest in this story of his field days in Western Samoa.

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Published by W.H. Freeman and Company. ISBN Recommended retail price $ It is with enormous pleasure that we offer this book. I (Paddy) am lucky enough to count Paul Cox amongst my circle of friends.While they were swimming back to Samoa, Tilafaiga was abducted by her uncle, Saveasiuleo and bore him an alualutoto (blood clot) which later became Nafanua, the goddess of war.

Her sister Taema married a chief in Tutuila named Muamuamoa. He was very handsome except for the fact that his head had rooster combs growing from it.

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