Finnish Folklore by Juhani U.
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Nathaniel Emerson, The Myth of Pele and Hi'iaka. This book includes the original Hawaiian of the Pele and Hi'iaka myth and as such provides an invaluable resource for language students and others.
Nathaniel Emerson, The Unwritten Literature of Hawaii. Many of the original Hawaiian hula chants, together with Emerson's descriptions of how they were danced in the nineteenth century.
Holo Mai Pele (Pele Travels) tells the epic saga of the rivalry between Pele, Hawaiian goddess of the volcano, and her sister Hi'iaka.
The one-hour performance program features a dazzling display of ancient hula and chant, weaving together archetypal themes of creation, love, and betrayal into a sweeping dramatic performance. In the Hawaiian cosmology, Pele and Hiiaka comprise the eternal cycle of destruction and renewal that drives creation.” Pualani Kanaka’ole-Kanahele, Holo Mai Pele: The Story [from PBS Website].
The Legends and Myths of Hawaii: The Fables and Folk-Lore of a Strange People. Honolulu: Mutual Pub, Kamahele, Momiala. “‘Īlio‘ulaokalani: defending Native Hawaiian culture.” In Asian settler colonialism: from local governance to the habits of everyday life in Hawai‘i.
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani. Holo Mai Pele tells the creation myth of Hawaii and this myth holds the same stature for Hawaiians as Genesis for Western (Christian) cultures and Ramayana for Hinduism.
Holo Mai Pele is an epic saga of the Hawaiian god of volcano Pele, and her sister Hi'iaka.