2 edition of book of Luelen found in the catalog.
book of Luelen
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|Statement||Luelen Bernart ; translated and edited by John L. Fischer, Saul H. Riesenberg, and Marjorie G. Whiting.|
|Series||Pacific history series -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Fischer, John L., Riesenberg, Saul H., Whiting, Marjorie G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 193 p., 8 [i.e.] leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||193|
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Luelen Bernart was a Micronesian from the island of Pohnpei, who wrote his book in the decade prior to his death in The Book of Luelen is often described as a historythe only Micronesian history written by a Micronesianand it is, kind of, but its also a compendium of all of Luelens received knowledge, an I love lists and miscellanies, so /5.
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Annotations to the Book of Luelen, translated and edited by John L. Fischer, Saul H. Riesenberg and Marjorie G. Whiting (Pacific history series)Author: John L Fischer. The Book of Luelen is often described as a history–the only Micronesian history written by a Micronesian–and it is, kind of, but it’s also a compendium of all of Luelen’s received knowledge, an attempt to preserve traditional Pohnpeian knowledge in a rapidly changing world.
The book’s hundred short chapters (a format modeled after the. The book of Luelen appears to have been by far the fullest such manuscript completed by any Ponapean up to the time of Luelen's death: the author himself seems to have seen it as a comprehensive account of Ponape from its creation to the time of first European contact.
Myths and legends side by side with history and botanical lore thus create a. The Book Of Luelen Hardcover – January 1, by Luelen Bernart (Author) › Visit Amazon's Luelen Bernart Page.
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Fischer (Editor), Author: Luelen Bernart. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bernart, Luelen. Book of Luelen. Canberra: Australian National University Press, (OCoLC) The Book of Luelen by Luelen Bernart, translated from the Pohnpeian dialect and edited by John Fishcer, Saul Riesenberg and Marjorie Whiting (Australian National University Press, ) PALAU APPEAL: Do you know anyone who might be able to help me find a book or prose manuscript from Palau, the final Pacific Island nation to solve on my list.
: The Book Of Luelen () by Luelen Bernart and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(12). ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Contains text in Pohnpeian.
Description: xxx, pages, 8 [that is, 4] leaves of plates. Bo Luellen, Tulsa, Oklahoma. K likes. Bo Luellen is an Oklahoma paranormal investigator and the author of the Lovecraftian Magicae ers: K. The local area has garnered some fame through its association with Luelen Bernart, the first Pohnpeian to ever pen a history of the island and probably the first Micronesian to write a book of any kind.
It was a revolutionary endeavor. Pohnpei had a long tradition of story-telling and transmission of traditional knowledge through oral means. Luelen Bernart (Pohnpei ) was the first Micronesian to write a book and Pohnpei's first historian.
He is the author of The Book of Luelen. References This article about a writer or poet from Oceania is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This Federated States of. The book of Luelen by Luelen Bernart,University Press of Hawaii edition, in EnglishPages: The Book of Luelen Bernart H awaii The Book of Luelen Luelen Bernart translated, and edited by John L.
Fischer} Saul H. Riesenberg and Marjorie G. Whiting J. * 4 ISBN Luelen Bernart, a member of a prominent Ponapean family, was highly regarded for his wealth of traditional knowledge. He wrote this version of his island’s historyCited by: written a book.
His book was translated and published by the American anthropologists Saul Riesenberg, Jack Fisher, and Margaret Whiting in the late s by the University of Hawaii Press under the title of "The Book of Luelen." Lue-len Bernart stands today as an individual milestone in Micronesian history, as well as an inspiration for many.
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Valentina Luellen -- the complete book list. Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. 'The Book of Luelen' is the fullest account of Ponape's history that has ever been written by a native of that island.
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The Book of Luelen, Luelen Bernart, (written in ). Federated States of Micronesia, #1; Borrowed from SF Library; Read January ; Rating: 2/5 (BUT: this rating reflects only my reading enjoyment and is not a reflection of the inherent quality of the book.
Literature of Micronesia: May (i.e. Shogun by James Clavell is a great book but wouldn't be included in Japanese literature). The other book is The Book of Luelen which is a nonfiction about the history, mythology, and legends of Pohnpei.
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Owing to the novel's origins as a screenplay, the novel has a simple writing style different from Author: Cormac McCarthy. The book of Luelen. Canberra: Australian National University Press. MLA Citation. Luelen. and Fischer, John Lyle. and Riesenberg, Saul Herbert. and Whiting, Marjorie Grant.
The book of Luelen / [by] Luelen Bernart ; translated and edited by John Fischer, Saul H. Riesenberg and Marjorie G. Whiting Australian National University Press Canberra Luelen var medlem af en prominent familie på Ponape og var i sin levetid kendt for sin encyklopædiske lokalhistoriske viden.
The Book of Luelen er en oversættelse af Luelens manuskripter, hvor han har forsøgt at nedskrive sin samlede viden om Ponapes mytologi, religion, historie, geografi, flora og fauna og sågar madkultur.3/5.
“Some of the most creative storytelling that brings in traditional culture and weaves those stories into ever-changing shapes for a new generation is very interesting.” For a strange brew of history, mythology, songs and recipes (including the occasional list of edible plants), check out The Book of Luelen by Micronesian author Luelen Bernart.
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