Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Tolai Past
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328pp. May 1991
Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Tolai Past
Author: Neumann, Klaus;
"One of the most innovative monographs in recent Pacific Islands studies." --Reviews in Anthropology
Pacific Islands Monograph Series No.10
Published in association with the Center for Pacific Islands Studies, University of Hawai‘i
Author: Neumann, Klaus;
Klaus Neumann studied history, political science, and education at Frankfurt University and went on to receive his PhD in Pacific history from the Australian National University. He has worked as a teacher, journalist, mail carrier, proof
"Neumann's main concern is with the very essence of the historical enterprise itself. On the one hand, he is concerned to write a history of the Tolai's colonial experience through a series of incidents and a variety of reports or memories of them. The re
Maps, x
Acknowledgments, xi
Conventions, xv
1 Account of a Defeat, 1
2 Setting Out, 40
3 ToMarnakat Was a Real Human Being, 50
4 Of People and Place, 70
5 The Coming of the Lotu, 81
6 Oral T



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