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Historical plays / John Kolia
Bib ID 1689785
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Kolia, John, author
 
Description Port Moresby : Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, [1978] 
©1978 
123 pages ; 21 cm 
Full contents
  • The plays
  • The affair at Veipa
  • Contact at Uki'aravi
  • Vai'i capitulates
  • Murder at Kopugolo
  • A visitor for Queen Koloka
  • A drowning at Obu anchorage
  • The picinic at Daru Island
  • To ten degrees latitude south
  • A Melanesian moment.
 
Subjects Papua New Guinean drama (English)  |  Papua New Guinea -- Drama.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Institute of Papua-New Guinea Studies

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