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Akaru; traditional Buin songs, collected and translated by Don Laycock
Bib ID 1957502
Format BookBook
Author
Laycock, Donald C. (Donald Clarence)
 
Description Port Moresby, Papua Pocket Poets, 1969 
[39] p. 19 cm. 
Notes

English and Buin.

In English and Terei

Subjects Folk songs, Buin -- Texts.
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