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From Taranaki poet Debbie Broughton, 'The Ani Waaka Room' is a collection of poems that celebrate the survival of Taranaki ancestors who were forced by war to leave their homelands for Te Aro Pā. The poems weave together ancestor and descendent, Taranaki and Te Aro, family stories and government atrocities.
‘The Ani Waaka Room’ is a challenge to those who ignore mana whenua in cities, and rongoā for those who know Papatūānuku breathes beneath layers of concrete.
Title: The Ani Waaka Room
Author: Debbie Broughton
Publishing details: Te Tākupu, Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki, Aotearoa / New Zealand
No. of pages, Size (l x w x d): 112 pages, 23.5cm x 15.5cm x 1cm
Language: English including some Te Reo Māori
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