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Epic literature, Hawaiian
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Hoʻoulumāhiehie; Puakea Nogelmeier; Solomon Enos; Studley Press,; Monadnock Paper Mills,; Campbell-Logan Bindery,; Roswell Bookbinding,; Awaiaulu Press,
|ISBN:||9781883528331 188352833X 9781883528324 1883528321 9781883528348 1883528348 9781883528355 1883528356|
|Language Note:||In Hawaiian and English in separate volumes.|
|Notes:||Two volume set issued in a slipcase or clam-shell box. One volume consists of the original Hawaiian, originally published 1905-1906. The other volume is an English translation with title: The epic tale of Hiʻiakaikapoliopele : woman of the sunrise, lightning-skirted beauty of Halemaʻumaʻu / as told by Hoʻoulumāhiehie ; translated by M. Puakea Nogelmeier.
"This two-volume Centennial edition ... was printed by The Studley Press in an edition limited to eight hundred copies. The type is Robert Slimbach's Minion, with Victor Hammer's Unziale. The paper is Monadnock Dulcet. Endpapers are reproduced from marbled paper hand-decorated by Peggy Skycraft. The tipped-in frontispiece is reproduced on translucent paper from kapa created by Puanani Van Dorpe. Illustrations are reproduced from original paintings and drawings by Solomon Enos. Three hundred copies, numbered 1-300, are hand-bound by Gregor Campbell, of The Campbell-Logan Bindery, in goatskin leather and moiré cloths and contained in a clam-shell box. Five hundred copies, numbered 1-500, are bound by Roswell Bookbinding in moiré cloth and contained in a slip case. Designed and produced by Barbara Pope Book Design. Numbered and signed by M. Puakea Nogelmeier and Solomon Enos"--Colophon.
Each volume is half-bound in goat with moiré cloth over boards. A leather label onlay on the front covers has abbreviated title and double arrow design in gilt. The spines have the Hawaiian and English title in gilt on their respective volumes along with the arrow design, also in gilt. The leather on the front and back covers has the same arrow design in blind. The clam-shell, drop-spine box is lined and covered with green moiré cloth.
|Description:||2 volumes : color illustrations ; 31 cm|
|Contents:||[Vol. 1]. Ka moʻolelo o Hiʻiakaikapoliopele (original Hawaiian) --
[Vol. 2]. Epic tale of Hiʻiakaikapoliopele (English translation).
Epic tale of Hiʻiakaikapoliopele :
|Responsibility:||haʻi ʻia iho e Hoʻoulumāhiehie ; unuhi ʻia a paʻi hou ʻia mai e M. Puakea Nogelmeier.|