January 1918
Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai;1/1/1918, p3
Classic Book
The article offers information on the setting and content of the book "The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai," translated by Martha Warren Beckwith. The story focuses on the wooing of a native chiefess of high rank and her final exaltation among the gods. It also discusses some customs and traditions of the natives of Hawaii.


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