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Witi Tame Ihimaera-Smiler (born 7 February 1944), generally known as Witi Ihimaera , is a New Zealand author. He was the first Māori writer to publish a collection of short stories, with Pounamu, Pounamu (1972), and the first to publish a novel, with Tangi (1973). His stories generally portray Māori culture in modern New Zealand and examine problems within contemporary Māori and New Zealand society. He has said that "Māori culture is the taonga, the treasure vault from which I source my inspiration".

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by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
[Auckland] : Vintage, 2019 , ©2019
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by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
Auckland, N.Z. : Secker & Warburg, 1995
 
 
by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
Auckland, N.Z. : Reed Books, 2004
 
 
by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
Auckland, New Zealand : Vintage Book, 2014 , ©2014
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by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
Auckland, N.Z. ; New York; London : Penguin, 1997
 
 
 
 
 
 
by Ihimaera, Witi, 1944-
Elwood, Vic. : Greenhouse Publications, 1989
 
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