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Lauga : Samoan oratory / Tatupu Fa'afetai Mata'afa Tu'i
Bib ID 153267
Format BookBook
Author
Tu'i, Tatupu Fa'efetai Mata'afa
 
Description [Suva] : [Apia, Western Samoa] : Institute of Pacific Studies and the Western Samoa Extension Centre of the University of the South Pacific ; National University of Samoa, 1987 
x, 111 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9820100208
Notes

English and Samoan.

Bibliography: p. iii.

Subjects Samoans.  |  Oratory - Samoa.  |  Speeches, addresses, etc., Samoan.  |  Ethnology - Samoa.
Other authors/contributors University of the South Pacific. Extension Centre, Western Samoa  |  University of the South Pacific. Institute of Pacific Studies  |  National University of Western Samoa

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