Maori Tales

Meori-stories

Meori-stories & legends; collected and recounted by Kate McCosh Clark. A collection of nineteen stories from different Maori tribes of New Zealand about the trickster Maui, creation, monsters, birds, animals and special places. A comparative analysis of Maori and European folktales: Maori myths and legends illustrated.

The Maori Legend of the Land: Maori Stories and Tradition - Collections Online

"New Zealand Landmark and Village Maori Tales and Traditions" backdrop. Maui Te Wai Pounamu/South Island islet. Auckland Ghosts' drop zone. Auckland North Shore Volcano. Long swimming north and southwards. Name for the country isle. The Fiordland Isle. North Otago Tattoo Mine.

This is the place of the Central Otago. Add more details to this data set by including your own name, classification or category over a single day. Tagging makes this data set easier to find when searching. Auckland War Memorial Museum's on-line collections are a continuous evolution; new pictures and recordings are added every week.

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The Maori Myths, Stories and Legend of Kiri Te Kanawa

It had no clue that one of my favourite operatic star, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, was a released work! It is wonderfully composed and comes with beautiful, even lifelike images. Kanawa learned these tales first handed as she grew up in New Zealand and has listened to them since childhood.

There are a number of legends that the writer listened to during his childhood in New Zealand that investigate the Maori way of being. Watercolour illustration that accompanies these stories and the short preface explanation enrich the reader's read ing-experience and convey a feeling for Maori cultur. There are a number of legends that the writer listened to during his childhood in New Zealand that investigate the Maori way of being.

Watercolour illustration that accompanies these stories and the short preface to the book enrich the reader's enjoyment and convey a feeling for Maori cultur. Best part was to read the short section before each story and hear how the writer saw everything as a kid. Definitely added another item when the text was read.

Attractive watercolour paintings that suggest powerful powers of nature and magic (not an attempt of Maori artsyle, by the way). There were beautiful artwork and the stories were interesting and likeable.

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