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Toivita : a myth of the Melaripi Clan of the Elema people of the eastern gulf of Papua
Bib ID 1248154
Format BookBook
Description [Port Moresby] : The Centre for Creative Arts, 1974 
18p. : ill. ; 21cm. 
ISBN 0855620277
Notes

Transcribed by Iru Kakure as told to him in the Toaripi language by Sure Lari and Avosa Ikui.

Subjects Elema tales & legends. Papua New Guinea. English-Toaripi parallel texts.  |  Legends -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Tales.
Other authors/contributors University of Papua New Guinea. Centre for Creative Arts

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