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Hardcover, 176 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by 1st World Library (first published 1919)
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John
Here's a bunch of short stories that take place in post-Kingdom Hawaii, up until around the 1910s. There are love stories (tragic or not), adventure stories, and some comedy as well. I liked it.
Laura Hinrichs
Short stories about Hawaii. The book really captures the island nicely.
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