At the gateways of the day / by Padraic Colum with illustrations by Juliette May Fraser.
By: Colum, Padraic.
Contributor(s): Hawaiian Legend & Folklore Commission.Series: Publisher: London : Oxford University Press, 1924Description: xxviii, 217 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.Subject(s): Legends -- Hawaii | Folklore -- Hawaii | Tales -- HawaiiDDC classification: 398
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Tales & Legends of Hawaii Volume 1: At the Gateways of the Day -- Volume 2. The Bright Islands (In Preparation.)
Published for the Hawaiian Legend & Folklore Commission
Introduction -- The Boy Pu-nia and the King of Sharks --The Seven Great Deeds of Ma-ui -- Au-ke-le the Seeker -- Pi-ko-i: The Boy Who Was Good at Shooting Arrows -- Paka: The Boy Who Was Reared in the Land that the Gods Have Since Hidden -- The Story of Ha-le-ma-no and the Princess Kama -- The Arrow abnd the Swing -- The Daughter of the King of Ku-ai-he-lani -- The Fish-Hook of Pearl -- The Story of Kana, the Youth Who Could Stretch Himself Upwards -- The Me-ne-hu-ne -- The Story of the Mo-e Mo-e: Also a Story about Po-o and about Kau-hu-hu the Shark-God, and about Mo-e Mo-e's Son, the Man Who Was Bold in His Wish -- The Woman from Lalo-hana, the Country under the Sea -- Hina, the Woman in the Moon -- Notes --