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The water of Kāne

and other legends of the Hawaiian Islands

by Mary Kawena Pukui

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Kamehameha Schools Press in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii.
    • Subjects:
    • Legends -- Hawaii,
    • Folklore -- Hawaii

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesWater of Kāne and other legends of the Hawaiian Islands
      Statementcompiled by Mary Kawena Pūkuʻi ; retold by Caroline Curtis ; illustrated by Oliver C. Kinney.
      ContributionsCurtis, Caroline, d. 1979., Kinney, Oliver C., ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.P937 Wat 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 213 p. :
      Number of Pages213
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL549345M
      ISBN 100873360206
      LC Control Number96130298

      ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Water of Kāne and other legends of the Hawaiian Islands. Subject: Water of Kane appears in the legend: "Aukele and the Water of Life" in the book: Wheeler, Post, Hawaiian Wonder Tales on pages: HSL Call Number: RH W UHM Call Number: PZW Haw Subject: Water of Kane appears in the legend: "The Waters of Kane" in the book: Maguire, Eliza D., Kona Legends on pages: HSL Call.

      Throughout, the book focuses on the ontological dimensions of drinking bottled water—the ways in which this habit enacts new relations and meanings that may interfere with other drinking water book considers the assemblage and emergence of a mass market for water, from the invention of the polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle. The water of Kane --The jealous brothers --The voyage --Aukele's search --Legends of Hawaii and Kauai: -Pakaʻa --The sail ; The backbone of a chief ; The wind gourd --Companions in the forest --The turtle in the sweet-potato patch --Legends of Kauai: -A maiden from the Mu --The piper in the sacred valley --The rainbow maiden of Waimea.

      Kane is a literary character created by Karl Edward Wagner in a series of sword and sorcery novels and short stories first published between and The stories are set in a grim, pre-medieval world which is nonetheless ancient and rich in history. In some of Wagner's later stories Kane appears in the present day — for example, as a drug dealer in "Lacunae" and as a somewhat suspect.   I love the Kane books by Karl Edward Wagner, but I was tempted to rate this final volume even lower: three of the best novellas already published in the previous volumes are gathered here with two shortish stories, so 80 % of the collection is recycled material and it just doesn't feel right to call this the sixth book of Kane/5(19).


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The water of Kāne by Mary Kawena Pukui Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE WATER OF KANE Unknown Binding – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Mass Market Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover Manufacturer: The University Press of Hawaii. The Water of Kane: And Other Legends of the Hawaiian Islands Paperback – September 1, /5(2).

The Water Of Kane. With a distinct style that breathes with life, O.A. Bushnell tells an epic story that has a huge cast of characters and the full drama of history. Two daring men set out to construct an immense irrigation project on the slopes of a vast volcano/5. With a distinct style that breathes with life, O.A.

Bushnell tells an epic story that has a huge cast of characters and the full drama of history. Two daring men set out to construct an immense irrigation project on the slopes of a vast volcano. This soon proves to be the costliest venture ever attempted in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

The Water of Kane [Bushnell, O.A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Water of Kane. The lore of Aukele, who stole the magical "water of Kane" to revive his dead nephew and brothers, along with a host of other folktales from the varied islands of Hawaii.

Suitable to be told or read to younger children and read independently by older children and adults. from publisher's synopsis5/5(1). The Water of Kane: And Other Legends of the Hawaiian Islands Kamehameha Schools Press, - Juvenile Fiction - pages 0 Reviews The lore of 'Aukele, who stole the magical water of Kane.

This is the continuation of The Stone of Kannnon, which recounts the story of the first Japanese arriving to the Hawaiian Islands (Maui).

Unfortunately in the begining of the book I had a hard time remembering the characters. As I read on I began to remember, it was like meeting long lost friends.5/5(2). Book - The Water of Kane.

The lore of Aukele, who stole the magical "water of Kane" to revive his dead nephew and brothers, along with other folktales. Suitable to be read to younger children.

Source: Mary Kawena Pukui and Caroline Curtis InfoImagination SAMPLE Price: $   Water of Kane: 1 Mass Market Paperback – Import, 1 May by O. Bushnell (Author)Reviews: 1. The Water of Kane and Other Legends of the Hawaiian Islands (Revised Edition) Product Description: Kamehameha Schools considers the legends of old Hawai‘i part of the heritage of these islands.

For this reason, and because they are good stories, enjoyable to us and to our visitors, we have published these books of legends. The water of Kane: And other legends of the Hawaiian Islands by Mary Kawena Pukui. The lore of 'Aukele, who stole the magical water of Kane, along with a host of other folktales from the varied islands of Hawai'i/5.

APA MLA Chicago. Curtis, C. The Water of Kane. Retrieved from Description. Kamehameha Schools considers the legends of old Hawai’i part of the heritage of these islands. For this reason and because they are good stories, enjoyable to us and to our visitors, we have published these books of : Caroline Curtis.

Where, pray, is the water of Kane. Yonder, at sea, on the ocean, In the driving rain, 25 In the heavenly bow, In the piled-up mist-wraith, In the blood-red rainfall, In the ghost-pale cloud-form; There is the water of Kane. 30 One question I put to you: Where, where is the water of Kane.

Up on high is the water of Kane, In the heavenly blue. Water of Kane. Honolulu: Published for the Friends of the Library of Hawaii by the University Press of Hawaii, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: O A Bushnell.

The Book of Kane is an excellent selection of some of his grittiest, hardest hitting short stories. Wagner came from the "old school" and he wore his influences on his sleeve. You can clearly feel the influence of H.P.

Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, and above all Robert E. Howard. That said Wagner's Kane stands alone and above other anti heroes Reviews: Up on high is the water of Kane, In the heavenly blue, In the black piled cloud, In the black-black cloud.

In the black-mottled sacred cloud of the gods; There is the water of Kane. One question I ask of you: Where flows the water of Kane. Mok. 1 THE WATER OF KĀNE (ʻAoʻao ) [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale ʻAoʻao ] Mok.

2 LEGENDS OF HAWAIʻI AND KAUAʻI (ʻAoʻao ) [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale ʻAoʻao ]. The legend of `Aukele, who stole the magical water of Kane, is featured along with a host of other folktales from the islands of Hawai`i, Kaua`i, O`ahu, Moloka`i, Lāna`i, and Maui.

Suitable for reading to younger children and for independent reading by older children and adults. Edited by. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.The Book of Kane is a collection of fantasy short stories by Karl Edward Wagner featuring his character Kane.

It was first published in by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 2, copies, of which copies were signed and slipcased.The Kill Switch is the first in Tucker Wayne series by Rollins and Grant Blackwood.

The book introduces us to Captain Tucker Wayne and his intelligent military dog named Kane. If you enjoy reading about a canine cop in action, you will definitely love The Kill Switch. We have such strong connections to our pets.