3 edition of Our native daughters" reflection of Guam and its people found in the catalog.
Our native daughters" reflection of Guam and its people
Matilda Naputi Rivera
Collection of poetry based on authors" research into island history and personal experiences of living in Guam"s multicultural island life, with a focus on Chamorro cultural values, expressions and interactions.
|Statement||by Matilda Naputi Rivera and Lois Taitano Gumataotao.|
|Contributions||Gumataotao, Lois Taitano., Korasón Organization., Guam Humanities Council., National Endowment for the Humanities.|
|LC Classifications||PN1083.C53 R58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||2008411062|
Attitude 13: A Daughter of Guam's Collection of Short Stories offers a glimpse into the life of Chamorros across the spectrum of humanity. Taimanglo's anthology includes a myriad of voices and points-of-view with strong Chamorro themes. Pages: native daughter (plural native daughters) A woman born in a specified place. , Lee Ann Sandweiss, Seeking St. Louis: Voices from a River City, The second piece, in which this native daughter recalls her school days and literary debut in The Mirror, is excerpted from Hurst's autobiography, Anatomy of Me ().
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A presentation by Simeon Manibusan Palomo at the Connect Me | Create Me | Promote Me 2nd Workshop: Visual Arts Committee held at the Dulce Nombre de. Matilda Naputi Rivera has written: 'Our native daughters' reflection of Guam and its people' -- subject(s): Chamorro poetry, Poetry, Chamorro (Micronesian people), Women authors.
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Hafa Adai. As part of my commitment to continue to share cultural poems relating to our beautiful island of Guam and its people, here’s Korasón Poem #17 titled. Experiences at the 11th Festival of Pacific Arts. Matilda Rivera and Lois Taitano Our Native Daughters’ Reflection of Guam and its Gumataotao People Tanya Taimanglo Attitude Book.
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