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Stories and Poems of New Guinea

Stories and Poems of New Guinea

Journalist-writer Bernard Barshay reads four short stories and eight poems written by New Guineans. Located in the South Pacific to the north of Australia, New Guinea is the second largest island in the world. Although there are several hundred languages and dialects spoken by the natives of New Guinea, its official languages are Tok Pisin, English, and Hiri Motu. The stories and poems chosen for this recording are derived from native languages and have been written into English by New Guinean writers. The text of the material is included in the liner notes.

Track Listing

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Radio Announcer Introduction Bernard Barshay 0:54
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Introduction to the Stories of Bernard Barshay Bernard Barshay 1:06
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Lonely War Bernard Barshay 7:05
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The Musical Kidnappers Bernard Barshay 7:30
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Wantoks Bernard Barshay 5:58
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The Breeze Bernard Barshay 0:30
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Liberation of Women Bernard Barshay 0:41
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To Her Majesty (Elizabeth II) Bernard Barshay 0:32
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Lovely Bed Bernard Barshay 1:06
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Past and Present Bernard Barshay 0:54
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Expatriates Bernard Barshay 0:39
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Papua New Guinea Bernard Barshay 0:45
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The Last Kuanande Bernard Barshay 14:17
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