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Tiki of Hawaiʻi

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Souvenir shops and street vendors all over Hawai'i carry them as shrunken and watered-down deities, and for some, they symbolize Hawai'i as much as beaches and lava lamps. But for Polynesians, they represented an ancient religion, one in which deities and nature warred with each other and with man, and commoners and kings alike would tremble with fear at their capriciousness and whims. Sophia Schweitzer draws on images from the late 1700s through today, dividing her narrative into three distinctive parts.
By Sophia V. Schweitzer
Sku: 1003401

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